The first of more than 200 events are being held today as Arizona's first Science -Technology Festival gets underway. Events will continue, predominantly in the Phoenix and Tucson valleys, through March 14.
The list of events can be searched by location, theme, audience, and type of activity.
One event is a guided geology tour/hike at Papago Park led by ASU's Prof. Jack Farmer.
Description: Farmer will introduce participants to the local geology and will use story boards to illustrate how the rocks of Papago Park fit into the regional geological context and history. (http://www.gemland.com/holeinrock.htm)
Date, Time, Place: Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012; Papagp Park, Tempe. Meet at Parking lot of “Hole in the Rock” ( Map: http://www.delange.org/HoleInRock/HoleRock.htm)
Start time of the Tour/Hike: 9:00 AM
Ending time of the Tour/Hike: 11:30 AM
Other: Park at the Hole in the Rock parking lot. We will take some short hikes on moderate to steep slopes; wear sturdy shoes. A camera is strongly recommended.
Maximum number of guests: 15TO REGISTER, please email Nikki Cassis: email@example.com