Search Upcoming Events

Our searchable event list includes only events with fixed start and end dates. For a list of destinations and events that are open year-round, or that repeat regularly throughout the year, check out our Ongoing Events.

Loading Events

Upcoming Events › Schools and Education

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

February 2022

Lowry Speaker Series Presents: “Navigating the Education System with an Exceptional Child”

February 8

Join us at 7pm for a discussion with Lowry residents (and mother and son) GG Johnston and Gregor Owens. They will talk about Gregor’s learning differences and how they’ve advocated for each other on his educational journey. Separately GG Johnston and Gregor Owens think differently; but together, they navigate the same path, advocating for each other. Their differences make them a strong, loving and sometimes feisty team. What to do when your 2E (twice-exceptional) kid doesn’t fit into the boxes…

Categories: Lectures, Classes, Informational events, Schools and Education

Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous with Nizar Ibrahim

February 9

Spinosaurus was nearly lost to science before Nizar Ibrahim, a remarkable young palaeontologist, discovered this prehistoric giant. With amazing video recreating the lost world of the Cretaceous-era Sehara, Ibrahim tells the story of Spinosaurus’ discovery, loss, and rediscovery, and explain — other than its size — makes this ancient monster unique.

Categories: Performance and Theatre, Schools and Education

March 2022

Nat Geo Live: When Women Ruled the World with Kara Cooney

March 6

Egyptologist Kara Cooney will deliver a fascinating tale of female power through the stories of six female pharaohs—shining a piercing light on perceptions of women leaders and why they have been so rare. Throughout history, powerful women have been called many things—witches, regents, and seductresses. But there was a time in the ancient world when at least one was called “King.” Dr. Kara Cooney, professor of Egyptology, will introduce you to some strong female leaders, whose power was compromised from…

Categories: Performance and Theatre, Schools and Education

April 2022

Nat Geo Live: Secrets of the Whales with Brian Skerry

April 5

Celebrated National Geographic Explorer Brian Skerry has spent nearly four decades exploring and documenting Earth’s oceans. For his latest project, Brian Skerry turns his lens to one of the world’s most beloved animals to illuminate startling new insights into their lives and culture. Discover the extraordinary communication skills and intricate social structures among four difference species of whales — from the international cuisine of orcas to families of beluga whales playing at their ‘summer resort’ — and learn what these…

Categories: Performance and Theatre, Schools and Education
+ Export Events