Scientific literacy is key to understanding the climate crisis and taking action for change.
The Hitchcock Center plays a critical role in providing fact-based, age-appropriate climate change instruction in our community and beyond. Our Living Building has become an integral part of our new curricula, modeling hope and possibility for solving real-world problems.
Please join us as we share in good company, enjoy a delicious brunch, raise funds for a healthy planet, and learn about how the Hitchcock Center is modeling positive, action-oriented programming for our teachers, youth, families, and community.
Thanks to the generosity of our individual and business sponsors, there is no cost to attend the brunch. Guests will be invited to make a gift to the Hitchcock Center to support our year-round environmental education programs.
Getting there: Parking is available on Seelye Drive, off of College Street, across from Valentine Hall, in the Alumni Lot. View a map.