Spirit and Truth Fellowship of Knoxville (STFK) is a member of the NOVA scienceNOW community and proudly sponsors Science Café events for the Knoxville, Tennessee area.
The STFK Science Café has been meeting monthly since April, 2011 to promote science interest and education. Our meetings usually begin with a 10-minute video followed by a Q&A discussion in which attendees have their questions answered by a guest scientist.
Children age 5-12 are welcome at attend with their parents, and we will keep them busy at Kid's Café with a science lesson and activities that help make learning science fun!
Please RSVP by calling Ijams Nature Center at (865)577-4717 extension 110, or by sending an e-mail message to email@example.com. Let us know how many adults and children are in your group.
- Topic: "Wildlife Rehabilitation"
- Presenter: Mary Beth Rood, East Tennessee Wildlife Rehabilitation Council.
- Date: Thursday, November 10, 2016, 5:30-7:00 P.M.
- Overview: When a person in East Tennessee encounters injured or orphaned wildlife, they may contact a local veterinarian or the University of Tennessee veterinarian hospital. But caring for wildlife in Tennessee is a specialized field requiring a license from the State. The East Tennessee Wildlife Rehabilitation Council is an organization that is trained an equipped to properly care for wild animals that have been injured or orphaned. Our guest presenter will discuss the State's program for caring for injured or orphaned wildlife and what you should (and should not) do if you encounter one of these creatures.
- Location: Ijams Nature Center located at 2915 Island Home Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37920. Enter the visitors center main entrance. The meeting room is just off the main lobby to the left of the gift shop. Click here for directions
Please make plans to attend! If you have any questions, we have a special e-mail address set up, firstname.lastname@example.org.