A free science conversation and Music for Fish Concert Fundraiser
Oct. 19, 2010
Topic: The Ocean and Human Health
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
Speakers: Marine Biologist Mya Breitbart, Ph.D., and Chemist Bill Baker, Ph.D.
6-7:30pm at The Hangar Restaurant and Flight Lounge
540 1st. St. SE, St. Petersburg
What's in the sea water?
Every drop of seawater contains about a million bacteria and ten million viruses. Although you can't see them with your naked eye, these microbes are a critical part of the marine ecosystem and have major impacts on global cycles of energy and nutrients.
Hear - and talk about - the good, the bad, the ugly!
Presented by The Pier Aquarium
MUSIC FOR FISH
We're also holding a Music for Fish concert and a small silent auction fundraiser to benefit The Pier Aquarium's Big Tube Fund directly after the science cafe (7:30pm).
Saxophonist and vocalist Cameron Decker (www.reverbnation.com/camerondecker
Items by: Artists BC Woo, Christine Renc Carter, Julie Komenda, Joyce Curvin, Emily Stehle and more from friends!
Questions: Emily Stehle, APR, firstname.lastname@example.org