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Exhibitor Registration NWA WeatherFest 2017

Filed in News by on August 11, 2017 • views: 88
Exhibitor Registration NWA WeatherFest 2017

We invite your organization to participate in the annual WeatherReady Fest. This exciting education event will be held September 16, 2017, from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM at the Discovery Cube OC, Santa Ana, California. It will be held in conjunction with the National Weather Association’s annual meeting just down the road at the Hyatt […]

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Would You Like To Volunteer At WeatherReady Fest 2017

Filed in News, Uncategorized by on August 8, 2017 • views: 53
Would You Like To Volunteer At WeatherReady Fest 2017

What made WeatherReady Fest 2016 in Norfolk a big success was the great support put in by the volunteers. To make the 2017 edition an even larger success, we’ll need volunteers to help us out to make that happen. If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the form below and click submit. Thank […]

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WeatherReady Fest Acknowledged In Associations Now Magazine

Filed in News by on May 2, 2017 • views: 191
WeatherReady Fest Acknowledged In Associations Now Magazine

Just a few days ago, we were surprised to find out that Associations Now had listed the WeatherReady Fest in their article “For The Kids: Child-Friendly Conference Events.” It goes on to mention that while conferences are usually for adults, a few

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Floods of Fun!

Filed in News by on April 7, 2017 • views: 569
Floods of Fun!

WeatherReady Fest is about kids having fun while learning basic meteorological concepts. Kids will pretend they are FedEx airplanes avoiding thunderstorms in a fun exercise. They will be thunderstorms dumping heavy rain on different kinds of ground using the Ward’s Flood Plain Model.

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Be A Weather Rock Star!

Filed in News by on April 7, 2017 • views: 511
Be A Weather Rock Star!

Hey Members of the Weather/Emergency Enterprises: It’s time to sign up to exhibit or volunteer at WeatherReady Fest. Every member of the NWA and the Weather and Emergency Enterprise has a role at WeatherReady Fest! Pick the one that best suits you: Volunteer, Exhibitor, Activity Leader or Sponsor! You can serve as a Volunteer, helping […]

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The Perfect Place for WRF: Discovery Cube OC

Filed in News by on April 7, 2017 • views: 211
The Perfect Place for WRF: Discovery Cube OC

Igniting imaginations and fostering wonder for how the world works, Discovery Cube in Santa Ana, is the perfect place for a day of learning about weather and seismic hazards! With themed science adventures, interactive programs, and STEM learning spaces, the award-winning Discovery Cube is a Southern California icon!

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About The NWA Foundation

Filed in News by on April 7, 2017 • views: 189
About The NWA Foundation

The National Weather Association Foundation was founded by the National Weather Association (NWA) in 2016. The Foundation’s vision is to advance understanding of our atmosphere and environment by providing educational programs, scholarships and grants, with a focus on developing our next generation of scientists and improving society’s ability to understand and respond to impact events.

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Sponsors Make WeatherReady Fest Possible!

Filed in News by on April 6, 2017 • views: 466
Sponsors Make WeatherReady Fest Possible!

Putting on an event with the scope and scale of WeatherReady Fest is no small undertaking. It takes money to rent out the space, develop the printed materials, makes signs and banners and make sure the volunteers have water and something to eat so they can continuously interact with the crowd.

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Exciting Speaker Lineup In Store!

Filed in News by on April 5, 2017 • views: 518
Exciting Speaker Lineup In Store!

Charles Dudley Warner said, “Everybody complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” But at the National Weather Association WeatherReady Fest in Orange County on Saturday, September 16, 2017, you will find all kinds of people who are doing something: scientists who study earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, floods, droughts, tornadoes, lightning, and more—to help […]

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