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Festival elements based on past experience with the TROVE activities were proposed, including art exhibits, a community treasure hunt, education and outreach, planetariums, food and beverage, merchandise, speakers, and online resources. From that original dialogue evolved a slew of fresh ideas and energy that bring in new audiences and stakeholders who could be well-served by a celebration of science.
Thanks to James Summers of The Summers Group LLC; Dayle Brown of lowest levitra price Pegasus Productions; Ruth Craft of South Bend Community Schools (retired); Matt Dowd of University of Notre Dame; Danl DuRall; Matt McQueen of ETHOS; Lindsey Talboom of Visit South Bend-Mishawaka; Arielle Phillips of University of Notre Dame; Linda Marks of we use it Michiana Astronomical Society; Art Klinger of Penn-Harris-Madison Schools; and Chuck Bueter, not shown. Thanks also to the Drew Elegante and the State Theater in downtown South Bend, IN, for sharing the space.
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