The Redding, California March for Science is a non-partisan event that welcomes people from all walks of life and warmly invites you to join us on April 20, 2019 in downtown Redding to show your support for evidence-based policy, scientific endeavors, and the importance of science education. Please join us!
10:30 am: Gather at south end of Redding Promenade (near the intersection of Placer and Market Streets), Redding, CA 96001 for a rally and opening remarks.
11:00 am: March begins. The march route is approximately 1 mile long and will end at City Hall (777 Cypress Avenue).
Afternoon: Enjoy the Whole Earth and Watershed Festival at City Hall. Free shuttle buses return to Promenade.
Redding March for Science supports investment in local science education. For the past two years, Redding March for Science has donated all our profits to local scientific education, including WES Camp and the Schreder Planetarium.
All proceeds raised at this event will go to supporting the “Friends of the Schreder Planetarium” a non-profit dedicating to funding and running the Schreder Planetarium. The donation will aid their efforts in updating the planetarium equipment, getting new shows, and expanding science education in Redding, California.
March for Science is a celebration of our passion for science and a call to support evidence-based policy, scientific endeavors, and the importance of science education. Please join us!
April 20th, 2019
10:30am: Gather at south end of Redding Promenade
11:00 am: March from Promenade to Whole Earth and Watershed Festival at City Hall
Noon: Enjoy Watershed Festival activities, including March for Science Booth
Afternoon: Free Shuttle rides, return to Promenade