Environmental Science Series: Fish Frenzy & Gyotaku


Sun, Jan 22, 2023


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Keystone Kidspace

10 East Hamilton Avenue
York, PA 17401

Free parking is available in the Smalls Field parking lot across from our main entrance on East Hamilton Avenue. 

  Age Range

Ages 6 +

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Ever wonder what makes a fish a fish? Why can some fish swim so fast and how do others seem to disappear in the ocean? Come and learn all about fish adaptations and what makes these underwater creatures so unique. This program will also include learning about the art of Gyotaku and each participant will get to take home a bag with a fish print on it! Participants should come dressed in clothes that could get fabric paint on them. 

Speaker: Lauren Fauth

Lauren Fauth

Lauren Fauth joined the National Aquarium in May 2012 and currently holds the position of Manager of Education Programs, she oversees school programs both in the Aquarium building and at schools, homeschool programming, teacher professional development and summer camp programs. Lauren’s passion is to bring students into new experiences to foster a connection with the marine (or terrestrial) world. She is always looking for new ways to provide opportunities to both students and teachers to become engaged with the outdoors. Prior to coming to the National Aquarium, she worked in North Carolina at two of the North Carolina State Aquariums where she gained her love of teaching environmental science. She also works/volunteers at Nixon Park Nature Center, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and Make A Wish. When not working, Lauren can be found hanging out with her husband, daughter, and dogs (both resident and foster) most of the time exploring nature!