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LT I 2008-2009 Seacoast Area, Math/Engineering Day, Feb. 12, 2009, Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant, Seabrook, NH

LT I 2008-2009 Seacoast Area will have its Math/Engineering Day at the Seacoast Nuclear Power Plant in Seabrook NH on Thursday, February 12, 2009 from 8:00am-3:15pm. For additional information you can reach the Visitor's Center at 800-338-7482 or 603-773-7219.

Directions to the Seabrook and a link to their website are below.

General information about the walking plant tour:
-- All visitors must have a photo ID -- driver's license is fine, except for non-US citizens who must bring their passport.
-- No cameras or cell phones are allowed in the plant. Most visitors leave those items in their vehicle.
-- Wear comfortable walking shoes (NO open-toed shoes allowed), long pants, and dress for the weather with a light jacket that can be removed in the heat of the buildings.
-- Similar to airport security, all visitors will pass through metal detectors as part of the nuclear power plant security process. Most small metal objects (earrings, rings, buttons, belt buckles) will pass through the detectors successfully and may stay on your body. However, objects with more metal (shoes/boots with metal shanks, large buckles, loose change, watches, some jackets with large metal buttons or metal zippers) have to be removed and put in a tray that passes through an x-ray machine. Note, some under-wire bras (those that actually have metal wires instead of plastic) will set-off the detector, so please dress accordingly.

Directions to Seabrook's Science & Nature Center
From the South
From Massachusetts and beyond, from Boston, from Logan Airport:
Proceed to New Hampshire on Interstate 95
Take New Hampshire Exit #1
Bear right at top of ramp
Proceed about 1/3 mile to traffic lights at Route 1
Cross Route 1 and proceed to the Security checkpoint.
From the West or North
From New Hampshire and Maine, from Portsmouth, from Pease Airport:
Proceed southerly on Interstate 95 in New Hampshire
Take New Hampshire Exit #1
Bear left at top of ramp
Proceed about mile to second set of traffic lights at Route 1
Cross Route 1 and proceed to the Security checkpoint.

Related Link: Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant

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