Programs for Adults
Learning can be a life-long adventure. Join Virginia Living Museum staff biologists, naturalists and scientists to explore the natural world in special adult-oriented programs. Each activity-oriented program is presented in a relaxed, hands-on format and includes classroom instruction combined with opportunities to examine specimens from the Museum’s extensive collections and up close encounters with live animals. Come and share a journey of discovery with others who have an enthusiastic desire to continue to learn about the natural world of Virginia and beyond.
Advance registration is required for many programs. For more information or to make a reservation, call the Reservations Coordinator, at 757-595-9135, Monday-Friday, 9 am-4:30 pm.
Naturally Speaking Series
The Virginia Living Museum’s Naturally Speaking Lecture Series is a regular virtual and in-person event.
|Please note: If you signed up before 1/4/23, the link you used was intended for the in-person event. If you have already signed up with the in-person link but want the virtual instead, you may contact us at email@example.com and we will change this for you. We will also be sending out a confirmation email so that you can verify whether you want to participate in-person or virtually.|
Meghan Weinpress-Galipeau is an educator and research scientist at the South Carolina Aquarium.
Jeff Boedeker, Orange Frame Productions Film Director and Writer
Visit this page for links to our previous Naturally Speaking Lectures.