Columbus Section

of the American Chemical Society

Saturday August 18, 2018-COLUMBUS Clippers BASEBALL GAME vs SYRACUSE Chiefs at 7 pm

Huntington Park (330 Huntington Park Lane, Columbus, OH 43215)

Join us at the Huntington Park for our summer baseball outing to watch Columbus Clippers take on Syracuse Chiefs!

This event is jointly organized by ACS-Columbus and Younger Chemists’ Committee (YCC)- Columbus.  ACS membership is not required. Bring your friends and family to enjoy it together!

Please purchase your tickets using the following link provided by Clippers:

https://groupmatics.events/event/ACSOuting

This is a secure link created and provided by Columbus Clippers. It allows our members to get their tickets online before the game day. The tickets are for the lawn area.

Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for Children under 12 and Seniors (60+).

To Purchase a child or senior ticket at a discounted price please use the discount code 1ACS for $2 off.  If you have 2 children use : 2ACS, 3 children use: 3ACS, 4 children use: 4ACS.

Tickets are limited. Get yours soon!

Please check-in with us inside the stadium in the Lawn area.

Special Attractions: Fireworks! Marvel Superhero night! Party at the Park! 

We look forward to seeing you and your friends/family at the game!

Chemists Celebrate Earth Week - April 22-28




 
ACS observes Earth Day with the Chemists Celebrate Earth Week (CCEW) program. The ACS offers a suite of events, contests, and educational resources that can be used by members, chemical educators, and chemistry enthusiasts to illustrate the positive role that chemistry plays in the world.  Earth Day takes place on April 22nd.

Please visit the ACS Earth Week page to learn more about the Chemists Celebrate Earth Day Program (CCEW).

State Science Day

 

 

Annually many members of the Columbus Section volunteer as judges for the State Science Day organized by the Ohio Academy of Science.

 

National Chemistry Week - 2018 TBD

 

 

 

One of the American Chemical Society's community outreach programs is National Chemistry Week, which is celebrated every year in October.

 

 

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