Explore the history of 20th Century maritime radio and innovative advances in science and technology.
Sunday & Tuesday 1-4PM
Wednesday - Saturday 10AM - 4PM
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Walk-ins or Reservations are Welcome
The Cape Cod Osprey Project: Voyeuristic Citizen Science
via Zoom, Thursday, August 12 at 7:00 PM
Mark Faherty, Mass Audubon's Science Coordinator
The return of the osprey is one of the greatest conservation stories of the last 30 years. Mark Faherty, Science Coordinator at Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, will share insights on the resurgence of the osprey population on the Cape. His successful volunteer program, the Cape Cod Osprey Project, has helped support a robust population of osprey while raising public awareness and understanding about these fish-eating birds of prey.
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Virtual programs are free for
Chatham Marconi Maritime Center members. Save the dates!
"Osprey in Flight"
Mark Faherty, Science Coordinator
Mass Audubon's Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
"SARSAT: Satellites to the Rescue"
Lane P. Carter
Deputy, U.S. Coast Guard SARSAT Program
First Coast Guard District
Command Center Supervisor
"Point to Point"
Paul M Hawkins, Author: "Point to Point"
In April 1921, the Radio Corporation of America established its flagship marine radio station WCC in Chatham, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod.
Chatham Radio / WCC was the largest US coastal station, renowned among mariners around the world for most of the 20th century.
Join us this season as we celebrate the centennial of WCC.
Engaging, skillful STEM educator needed for our innovative TechSmart program,which returns to local schools for the next school year. Teaching experience and STEM subject knowledge essential. Click here...
Learning on the Lawn
Hands-on family STEM activities return to Chatham Marconi's
front lawn this summer. The popular program curious children and explore science together.
Informative Panel on Antenna Trail