A great thank you to exhibitors who participated in our 2019 Chelsea Science Festival. Without our exhibitors who we consider partners/ volunteers, the Chelsea Science Festival wouldn't be possible. We highly appreciate groups who want to make a difference in the Chelsea Community and seeing them at the Science Festival, makes us really proud to do this event every year.
This year we had more participants than the past festivals and we would like to keep growing that list. It was a surprise that this year we had many new participants, because of the change of date, many old participants couldn't make it. Hopefully, this upcoming year, we can have all our participants throughout the years come together and others to make a greater impact.
Once again thank you, be expecting our email next year for the 2020 Chelsea Science Festival. We would like to see you involved again another year.
I've participated in the festival in the past, but this year I want to be even more involved, How can I do that?
An institution that guides CSF programming and practice, as well as participates in Festival events and programs. Core collaborators, also the Steering Committee, receive significant benefits related to recognition, promotion, and access. As a result, Core Collaborators are required to contribute to the production and promotion of CSF programs and activities as well as to send at least one representative to the CSF Steering Committee's monthly meetings.
Local museums, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and businesses that work closely with core collaborating institutions in providing hands-on science learning opportunities.
We appreciate your time and interest in this year's Chelsea Science Festival! We know you can help us make this year's event even greater just by participating! Thank you! Download and fill out our Exhibitors and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chelsea, Massachusetts 02150, United States
This event has applied for support from Chelsea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.