Virtual Field Trip: Whale Watching in Glacier Bay Alaska

January 5, 2017 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
JCPL at Meeting Room 5/6

Glacier Bay is home to one of the most magnificent marine mammals: the endangered humpback whale.  Join park rangers and researchers on a virtual interactive trip through Glacier Bay to learn about these massive creatures and other marine mammals that live in the productive waters of Glacier Bay.

Every child, birth – 5th grade, who attends a virtual field trip will recive a FREE gift book of their choice.

JCPL’s virtual field trips allow you to visit far off places, see artistic masterpieces, experience live performances, go behind the scenes and get up close and personal all without leaving Jessamine County.  Using High Definition videoconferencing technology, participants are able to interact live with presenters at hundreds of content providers around the world.  Virtual field trips provide the opportunity for patrons to experience the history and appreciation of visual and performing arts, explore the sciences, learn about history and more.

Program Objectives and Common Core standard alignments available upon request.

All ages are welcome and no registration is required.  Children ten and under must be accompanied by an adult.