Inspired by the work of Maya Honda, Wayne O'Neil and others, students and faculty in the Linguistics Program at Concordia University in Montreal have launched the Concordia Linguistics Outreach Project (CLOUT). Our goal is to transport the educational power of modern linguistic science out of the university via workshops in elementary and high schools, prisons, public libraries, etc. The decision to seek alternative educational settings was rooted both in a desire to share the wonders of linguistics with the outside world, and also in the hope that the nature of linguistic science would get the minds of non-specialists excited about scientific inquiry. We have set up a mailing list and a web site at http://linguistics.concordia.ca/clout/ where we have posted information about some of our experiences and resources that we are happy to share. We welcome contributions of other resources-we have already received some from prominent linguists-and our goal is to cooperate with linguists everywhere to expand the scope of outreach work that the field engages in.