Happy Cherry Blossom Season

Happy *NEW SCIENCE* Friday!

The cherry trees are blooming!

The National Park service predicts that the annual cherry blossom blooms will peak sometime between March 22-25. However, spring has already sprung in our Because Science workshop! Made out of circuit boards, resistors, and varistors, these blooms will last forever and can remind us of the wonderful things that happen when science, art, and nature meet up. 
So, whether you're coming to DC to see the famous blooms for yourself, or you just wish you were, treat yourself with one of our newest designs.

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New location - coming soon!

Because Science Closed
More details will be coming soon for our reopening, but in the meantime, you can find all of your nerdy needs on our website. 

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Shop Live

Even though the store is currently closed, you can still shop with us in-person at any of our local events: 

March 18-20 GalaxyCon Richmond

March 25-27 Capital Craft Fair, Dulles, VA

March 26 Union Station Market

April 2-3 Art Blooms, Mosaic District

April 24 Earth Day Event, Lee Heights Shopping Center, Arlington, VA

April 30-May 1 Spring Market, Fairfax Corner

May 1 First Sunday Arts Festival, Annapolis, MD

May 6-7 Spring Market at Mosaic

May 13-15 Virginia Beach Spring Craft Market

May 20-22 ACC Baltimore (convention center)

June 4-5 Occoquan Riverfest Craft Show

June 5 First Sunday Arts Festival, Annapolis, MD

June 4 Annapolis Pride Festival

July 3 First Sunday Arts Festival, Annapolis, MD

Something missing? Please recommend events you'd love to see us at, including craft shows, Maker Faires, and scientific academic conferences & expositions. 

Meet Dr. Marie Clark Taylor

"As we celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth, we honor the experts who advanced the fields of botany and horticulture, like Dr. Marie Clark Taylor (1911 – 1990). 🌱
The first black woman to receive a Ph.D. in Botany in the United States, Taylor completed her degree while teaching high school full time! Dr. Taylor influenced the use of living specimens in classrooms and worked with the National Science Foundation, helping develop the way we teach science today."

Posted by: Botanical Research Institute of Texas (FWBG | BRIT) — Center for Botanical Exploration and Discovery