12th Annual Water Festival
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
The Water Festival is an educational festival designed to celebrate our local watershed. Every year, environmental education organizations from around the Bay Area come together at Guadalupe River Park & Gardens to teach local students important hands-on science lessons based on topics such as water conservation, pollution prevention, the value of water as a natural resource, and how people can affect their watershed. Formerly the Water Wizard Festival, the event has drawn 300 third grade students and their teachers annually to the park. While the theme remains the same, this year we have invited fifth grade students to attend.
The Michael Lee Foundation
Equipment support provided by the City of San José Environmental Services Department.
Information for Presenters
Presenter registration is now closed. Interested in presenting at the 13th Annual Water Festival? Please contact the Festival Coordinator.
Information for Teachers
Thanks for your interest in the Water Festival! Teachers and classes have been selected for this year’s event. Interested in attending the 13th Annual Water Festival? Please contact the Festival Coordinator.
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