This summer The Natural History Museum is hosting a lecture series called “Just Add Water” about the Los Angeles river and aqueduct, informing locals about the safest way to adapt to a water shortage for the future of our region. The series is an open dialogue to accompany their “Just Add Water” art exhibit, and inform LA county on the current water problems we are experiencing. Those local to Los Angeles know that this summer is hotter than most we have experienced, and staying informed is key to surviving the heat.
Last Thursday, July 10, was the first of five discussions happening this summer. Join us the next four Thursdays, July 17, 24 , 31 and August 7 to learn about the safest way to handle the water problem in our city. Doors open at 6:30, followed by a discussion and Q&A at 7:00. Afterwards, guests are able to check out the “Just Add Water” exhibit, or join us in the Nature Gardens for beverages from the Premiere Events Bar. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit the Natural History Museum website http://www.nhm.org/site/activities-programs/lectures.
– Brianna Burgess Premiere Events Intern