Just Water Family Day; Trinity Institute Dialogue #3

10:00 am to 4:00 pm, March 25, 2017
  • St. Paul's Chapel

Trinity Institute is hosting Just Water Family Day, an activity-filled exploration of water and climate change issues for kids of all ages. This day-long event includes science shows from Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute, music, and storytelling, and features a presentation by Salva Dut, a “Lost Boy of Sudan” who founded Water for South Sudan, Inc. and is featured in Linda Sue Park’s award-winning book A Long Walk to Water.

Guests from New York City’s renowned Symphony Space Global Arts program will bring us water stories and music from around the world. Throughout the day, we’ll also be learning about water justice through hands-on activities, film clips, and presentations. We will provide resources that parishes can use locally at any time to make the theme of water justice accessible and engaging to young people.


10:00am             St. Paul’s opens/water activities for all ages

10:30am             Preschool Science Show “Water, Water, Water”

11:00am             Water activities for all ages

12:00pm             Weather Science Show for K-8th grade

1:00pm               Salva Dut speaks to teens/water activities for younger children

1:30pm               Spirit Men music

2:00pm               Water Justice stories from around the world with Tammy Hall

2:30pm               Spirit Men music

3:00pm               Salva Dut speaks to younger children/water activities for older kids & teens

3:30pm               Water Justice stories from around the world with Tammy Hall


Free and open to all.

To learn more about Trinity Institute 2017: Water Justice, please click here. 



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