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Unique New Facebook Live Programs Scheduled

by Ark Encounter on March 19, 2020

We are pleased to announce several new Facebook Live programs while our Ark Encounter and our sister attraction, the Creation Museum, are temporarily closed due to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. It’s a unique, new form of outreach that our attractions will be offering over the coming days.

Facebook Live Programs

10 A.M.

Roger Patterson will be doing some fascinating science experiments for kids (and adults, too) Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. (ET). This Facebook Live program will be a great opportunity for children, homeschool families, and “stuck at home” families to learn how to understand God’s Word and operational science from a biblical perspective. These programs will be occurring until the Creation Museum reopens. You can watch this livestream (Roger is an excellent communicator) on Ken Ham’s Facebook page.

Noon

Also, at noon (ET), we will be featuring a live speaker from the Creation Museum’s Legacy Hall, Monday through Friday at 12 p.m. (ET). You’ll learn the biblical perspective on a variety of intriguing topics from our PhD scientists, which will air on Ken’s Facebook page. It will also stream on our Answers in Genesis YouTube channel.

3 P.M.

At 3 p.m. (ET) Monday–Friday, you can watch exciting live encounters with our zoo animals from both the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter. Kids and adults alike will love seeing our animals and learning more about them from a biblical worldview perspective. You can watch live on Ken’s Facebook.

7 P.M.

And finally, at 7 p.m. (ET), we are planning on doing more behind-the-scenes tours from the Creation Museum, the Ark Encounter, and our design studio near Hebron, Kentucky.

Join Us Live or Watch Later

We look forward to seeing you on Facebook. We know you’ll enjoy these special livestreams, with a variety of great content. These videos will also be archived on Ken Ham’s Facebook page if you can’t catch them live.