Spectrum Bay News 9 is proud to partner and support local organizations throughout our community. Our team enjoys the opportunities to put down the camera and to join in the fun. Participating in events across the Tampa Bay area is one of our favorite parts of what we do.
ST. PETERSBURG SCIENCE FESTIVAL
The 10th Annual St. Petersburg Science Festival is a regional celebration where families and the public can explore the wonders of science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). In an abundance of caution, we will be holding the 2020 Festival virtually, along with MarineQuest.
Meteorologist Nick Merianos will be teaching a weather lesson about wind and Anchor Erica Riggins will be doing the welcome introduction.
GLAZER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
The museum is open by reservation. Museum members enjoy free admission. To reserve as a member, log into the website before purchasing to enjoy member rates. The museum will not accept cash payments, and non-member guests should purhase tickets in advance. Check the museum website for a complete list of guidelines for this safe reopening.
Sunshine Sundays have started from 10:00a.m. - 1:00p.m. Explore the museum with lights and sounds turned down. A limited number of reservations are being accepted. All guests over 2 years old must wear a mask.
GREAT EXPLORATIONS CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
New temporary hours will be Monday through Friday from 4:45p.m. - 6:30p.m. Guests must wear masks per the Pinellas County ordinance. Guests are strongly encouraged to reserve tickets in advance.
SPECTRUM BAY NEWS 9 PROJECT WEATHER SCHOOL
During this unprecedented time Spectrum Bay News 9 created Project Weather School to help school aged children stay up to date on their lessons and feel a sense of connection during a time where they are separated from their teachers and friends. Our team of weather experts can provide an interactive learning opportunity in an engaging way.
Project Weather School begins again on November 17th and will launch a new lesson the third Tuesday of every month during the school year. You can watch these videos on the Project Weather page of SpectrumBayNews9.com, or on the Spectrum News app.