The Surprising Story of Sea Stars Sticky Feet
With Tumble Podcast for Kids
Saturday, August 18
Often referred to as “Radiolab for kids,” Tumble is a pioneering science podcast that explores stories of science discovery. On August 18 Co-hosts Lindsay Patterson and Marshall Escamilla will be presenting The Surprising Story of Sea Stars’ Sticky Feet. The story was inspired by a question from a listener: “How do sea stars grip onto rocks?” The answer leads to a discovery that turned 200 years of accepted science on its head.
With help from a leading sea star scientist, interactive games, and original music, Lindsay and Marshall tell a story of how simple questions and experiments can challenge what we think we know to be true.
After the show there will be a special opportunity to record a question for the podcast.
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Free With Admission
Seating is limited. We recommend signing up in advance below to reserve your seat.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the event starts. Any seats not claimed by 10:50am will be released for others.