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Spend your Friday afternoon with National Geographic’s “Weird But True!” and PBS's “SciGirls,” hosted by TIME for Kids Kid Reporters who will moderate the live event, interview celebrities and make sure YOUR questions get answered! RSVP on Zoom below to attend. *Please note: Event Partners may share registrants' contact information with each other. Thank you. Through simple, fun activities, learn about ways that regular people (including kids) all over the world are helping scientists answer questions they can’t answer alone. Join the viewing party, interact in the live Q&A with the stars and do activities to practice being citizen scientists with iNaturalist and SEEK. Don't miss it! Parents and caregivers, we invite you to prepare for this event by creating a free SciStarter account here: This Citizen Science Month event is presented by SciStarter with support from the National Library of Medicine in collaboration with Arizona State University. This is an encore presentation. The original airdate is also part of Citizen Science Month and was held on Saturday, April 3rd. Schedule 4:00 PM ET - Kick Off 4:05 PM ET - Group Activity 4:25 PM ET - Disney+'s National Geographic’s of “Weird But True!” & Q&A with the stars 4:50 PM ET - SEEK and iNaturalist 4:55 PM ET- PBS's SciGirls & Q&A 5:25 AM ET - It's a Wrap on CitSci Kids' Day *American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter will be provided as well as the use of closed captions.