April 22: American Museum of Natural History’s Virtual Earth Fest 

Events from 10am to 9pm for participants of all ages. 

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Here’s some fun at 11 am  – Bergy Bits: Understanding Rivers of Ice using Glacier Goo At-Home Activity with LDEO 

‘Bergy Bits’ are simple activities introducing science concepts and glacier physics through student experimentation with ‘Glacier Goo’! Named for small pieces of ice found in both the Arctic and Antarctic, ‘Bergy Bits’ in nature are small pieces of floating ice that break from an iceberg, ice shelf or glacier. Join in by doing these experiments at home to better understand these rivers of ice!