April 22 – Earth Day
Join us after the march at one of our Sault Ste. Marie establishments to chat with a local scientist over lunch or drinks.
Proudly display your march sticker (given to the first 100 people at the March greeting table) or March for Science shirt for specials.
VISIT ONE OF OUR PARTICIPATING CHEERS! VENUES
Soo Brewing Company 223 W. Portage Ave.
Young Scientist Ava Brzuchalski and family discuss her solar heating cell. And Scientist C. Robin Mattheus will talk geology. The brewery does not offer food but allows carry-in, so consider an Upper Crust Pizza delivery for lunch! Number is 906-635-1901.
Moloney’s Alley 227 W. Portage Ave.
Scientist Ashley Moerke will discuss freshwater science, fisheries, etc. and Scientist Chris Smith will discuss computer science and robotics.
Moloney’s is offering Spacerock pints for $3. Specials for marchers: New Moon Burger for lunch; New Moon Ribeye for dinner.
Superior Café 107 E. Portage Ave.
Scientists Dan Reelitz and John Griffin discuss conservation and water issues. Scientist Janet Hess discusses brain research.
Karl’s Cuisine 447 W. Portage Ave. ***Reservations Required***
Scientist Elliot Nelson discusses birding, fisheries, Great Lakes food webs, aquaculture.
Karl’s offers a free beverage of iced tea, coffee or soda to march participants. (Hot tea and alcohol excluded).
Wicked Sister 716 Ashmun St.
Scientist Phil Bellfy discusses “Indigenous Ways of Science” and Scientist Joseph Lautenbach talks on biology topics.
1668 Winery 100 W. Portage
Scientist Dr. Barbara Evans discusses hydroponics, and Scientist Dr. Adam Mosey talks on beer making. 1668 will offer $1 off pints and glasses of wine, and a $10 hand-tossed pizza to march participants.