Cleveland Boat Show & Fishing Expo | Ohio Sea Grant

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Cleveland Boat Show & Fishing Expo

January 16, 2020 – Visit the Ohio Sea Grant booth where experts will discuss Lake Erie issues and educational opportunities available at Stone Laboratory!

NOTE This event occurs in the past
  • Time:Jan 16 – Jan 20 , 2020
  • Event Type:All Day Event
  • Location:I-X Center 1, I-X Center Drive, Cleveland, OH 44135 | Get Directions
  • Event Organizer:Jill Bartolotta | Contact Host
  • Event Category:Educational Events | Show Similar

Join Ohio Sea Grant and Stone Laboratory staff for fun and educational activities at the 2020 Cleveland Boat Show & Fishing Expo!

Sea Grant experts will be available to discuss harmful algal blooms, invasive species, marine debris, dead zones, and climate change, along with educational opportunities available at Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State University’s island campus on Lake Erie.

Visitors can support Stone Lab’s research, education, and outreach efforts by purchasing admission on January 20, Family Day. The event’s managing organization, the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association (LEMTA), donates $1 from every admission ticket purchased that day to Stone Lab student scholarships.

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Stop by to participate in interactive displays about the biology of Lake Erie! Children ages 17 and under can make their own Lake Erie walleye lure at the booth. College and advanced high school students can learn more about summer classes at Stone Lab, and teachers can plan science field trips for their classes or find out more about educator classes available at Stone Lab.

Boaters can stop by to take the Ohio Clean Boater Pledge to help protect Lake Erie water quality, and receive a giveaway that will help make clean boating simple! Other activities include a giant map of the Great Lakes, giveaways to help remind you to bring your own bags to the store, and live snakes. Fabulous prizes are available for those who come to learn more about our Great Lake.

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