Come join PA Virtual

at Fairmount Water Works-Learn about water in our city

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Fairmount Water Works

Friday, Oct. 4th 2013 at 10am-12:30pm

640 Waterworks Dr

Philadelphia, PA

Cost: Free (small donations are excepted)


Agenda:

Sign in- 9:45am-10:00am (please be on time we will enter at 10am)

Tour- 10:00am-12:00pm-tour facility and lab activity.

Departures- 12:30


Purpose of Outing: Educational and Social (OLS Hours-2 hours of Science)


Learning Objective:


Students will explore the Building as Machine: Water for the City Program! ( grades 4th-8th)

The Water Works is an engineering landmark. Students will learn about the design and function of this nineteenth century pumping station and why it was the most visited public place in America at that time. Learn how innovative technology for the public good and a concern for the natural environment, beauty and civic pride all came together at this unique site. Students will become apprentice engineers as they examine the pumps and gears that put the "works" in Water Works.


If you would like to attend this event you must RSVP by emailing your FSC either lfitzgerald@pavcs.us or dgregory@pavcs.us by 9/27/13 and specify parent(s) names attending, student(s) attending, grade, teacher and any non-PAVCS student attending.

Contact Information for FSC'S hosting the outing:

lfitzgerald@pavcs.us 484-461-1798 (office)

dgregory@pavcs.us 609-914-4292 (office)