Weston Observatory's Spring Colloquium Series Accepting Reservations
The series kicked off Jan. 23 and will include monthly colloquia through May.
The Weston Observatory has announced the lineup for its Spring Colloquia series and is now accepting reservations for the limited seats available.
This season series includes talks by a glaciologist, who will be discussing "“Views Of The Great Ice Sheets: From Orbit To Up Close And Personal”; an archaeolinguist, who will discuss "“Sleuthing In Central Park: Geoarchaeology And Geophysics At Seneca Village.”
According to the Weston Observatory website, the colloquia are free and open to the public, but reservations are required as there is no standing room and seats are limited. Refreshments will also be served.
For a full lineup of speakers and topics, see the attached PDF. To register for one of the talks, call (617) 552-8300.