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Participants from both the Aberdeen August 2014 and Forks October 2014 workshops come together to showcase and discuss earthquake and tsunami science and preparedness activities they have been involved in since the workshops.
Participants: Please bring a laptop or tablet to take the final survey.
In order to maximize time discussion time, the program starts with short announcement-style “here’s what we did” presentations followed by time to mingle among the displays and have discussions individually and as a group. Half the teams are “on deck” during the morning and half in the afternoon. The teams are arranged to provide variety, interaction between the two workshop groups, and spread-out the AV needs
9:00 Coffee and snacks available (will be left out all day)
9:30 Setup time
10:00 Introductory Remarks
10:10 Quick Overview of Team Accomplishments (1st half of teams)
10:40 Mingle, Browse, & Discuss 1st half of displays
11:40 Whole-group Discussion
12:00 Lunch (provided)
12:40 Quick Overview of Team Accomplishments (2nd half of teams)
1:10 Mingle, Browse, & Discuss 2nd half of displays
2:10 Whole-group Discussion
2:30 Survey & Snack
3:00… Post-meeting Socializing (for those who can stick around)
Quinault School is located at 6130 U.S. 101, Amanda Park, WA 98526. For the few people staying overnight, the Quinault River Inn is right next-door.