An innovative, hands-on learning festival in the greater Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill region.
Triangle Learning Days
Triangle Learning Days Returns for a Second Year!
Triangle Learning Days returns for its second year! This learning festival allow learners and educators alike to connect through interactive activities and learning opportunities. Across the Triangle will be museums, libraries, schools, and universities reaching out to the community as well as opening up their space to enrich and learn from their neighbors. This series of events aims to make learning by doing accessible to any eager learner in the Triangle.
Join us for Triangle Learning Days from April 22 – May 2, 2021.
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The Triangle Learning Network (TLN) is a collection of educators, librarians, makers, and others, all committed to supporting lifelong learning in the Triangle region of North Carolina. The TLN catalyzes connections and collaborations among individuals and organizations to foster educational innovation in all learning environments, both in and out of school. The TLN seeks to realize its vision: In the greater Triangle region, every person has the support they need to be a lifelong learner.
Located less than five miles from downtown Durham, the Museum of Life and Science is one of North Carolina’s top family destinations. Situated on 84-acres, our interactive science park includes a two-story science center, one of the largest butterfly conservatories on the East Coast and beautifully landscaped outdoor exhibits which are safe havens for rescued black bears, lemurs, and endangered red wolves. Other popular attractions include over 60 species of live animals, Dinosaur Trail, Ellerbe Creek Railway, and Into the Mist.