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Utah Lake Audubon

Chapter Meetings Every Fourth Tuesday at 7 pm


Flint Knapping

First Saturdays | 11 am - 2:30 pm
Hutchings Museum Institute


Utah Lake Audubon Monthly Meetings

Date:  Tuesday, January 24

Time:  7:00 pm

Location:  Hutchings Museum Institute | 55 North Center Street, Lehi

Cost:  Free for Utah Lake Audubon Members

Bring family and friends as we make little bird feeders as we get ready for National Bird-Feeding month!  Help protect birds and the places they need, sign up to join the Utah Lake Audubon!

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Growing Beyond Earth | NASA Citizen Science Project

Date:  February – April 2023

Participants:  Volunteer Middle and High School Students (aged 11-18)

Schedule & Location:  Weekly Sessions at Hutchings Museum Institute

Growing Beyond Earth® is a citizen science project operated in partnership with NASA, designed to advance NASA research on growing plants in space. Similar to how plants are grown in the Veggie™️ on the International Space Station, participating students will receive all materials necessary in order to conduct experimental trials, collect data on different crop types and growing techniques, and report these data in a dedicated online portal. The compiled data are accessed by NASA scientists, and plants and methods that succeed in Growing Beyond Earth projects are then tested at Kennedy Space Center. This program provides a steady stream of valuable data to NASA scientists who are developing technologies for growing food crops for long-duration missions into deep space.

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Solar Eclipse Festival

Date:  October 14, 2023

Location:  Hutchings Museum Institute

Eclipses happen when one object in space, like a planet or a moon, passes through the shadow of another object in space. On October 14, 2023, an Annular Solar Eclipse will cross North and South America and will be visible for millions of people in the Western Hemisphere. Come celebrate this celestial event at Hutchings Museum Institute with free eclipse glasses, viewing guides, solar science kits, experiments, and activities! Sign up to be notified when registration opens.

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Flint Knapping

Date:  First Saturdays of the Month

Time:  11 am – 2:30 pm

Location:  Hutchings Museum Institute (55 N Center St, Lehi, UT)

Cost:  Flint Knapping is free, touring the museum is regular admission $4-$5 (Free for family pass holders!)

Flint knapping is the making of flaked or chipped stone tools. This technology was used in historic times to manufacture gun flints and in prehistoric times to make spear and dart points, arrow heads, knives, and many other tools. Every first Saturday of the month!