In the desert climate of Las Vegas, where water issues are more important than ever, One Drop is taking action.

One Drop supports the DISCOVERY Children’s Museum, located in downtown Las Vegas, in developing several water-themed displays including a Water World Presentation for fourth grade students (ages 9-10) and a Water Conservation – Discovery on Wheels display for fifth grade students (ages 10-11). When possible, Arts Nomades students from Cirque du Soleil’s arts integration program, will participate in this activity as both One Drop and Arts Nomades are under the Cirque du Soleil umbrella. Leading up to the Walk for Water for One Drop in October, the month of September was deemed “Water Month”, discovering water one drop at a time. The month was broken up into four different weeks focussing on learning how water supports life and why we must conserve it, highlighting the importance of access to clean water around the world, learning how countries around the world conserve water, and explore water conservation efforts in Las Vegas. The Museum also hosted special educational activities at the Walk for Water for One Drop last Saturday, October 13, 2018 (see picture).

Read about the Walk for Water here.

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