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Skeptics in the Yard

Posted on : Oct-09-2009 | By : Liz | In : Blog Post, Event

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Our first Boston Skeptics family event is here! Our friend Kerry turned me on to the Harvard Peabody Museum, which is having its Harvard Yard Archaeology family program on Saturday, October 24th from 9:30 am-12:30 pm (RSVP on Facebook).  From what I read here, we will get to meet the archaeologists involved with the excavation of 17th Century Harvard.  The event is free, and takes place right in Harvard Yard.  Bring your skeptical children! Plus, check out this bonus…

If you would like to go out to lunch with other skeptical parents afterwards, leave a comment including the ages of your children and I will personally babysit those kiddos (I am a teacher, I currently teach preschool, and I have plenty of experience with kids of all ages).  I will also make sure to have enough adults helping out for the number of kids chilling with me, so make sure to leave a comment! Once I know numbers and ages, we can figure out a definite plan for the kids (which will of course involve lunch).  Enjoy!

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I threw in a link to the Facebook event page in case people missed it. :)

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