Bubbles, Volcanoes & Rocket Balloons Workshop
Presented by Debbie Hansen, The Science Lady.
Ages 3 to 5. or Ages 5 to 7.
Discover scientific laws through fun experiments including rocket balloons, effervescent bubbles, a baking soda volcano and dancing raisins.Dates & Locations
Candy Experiments Workshop
Presented by Loralee Leavitt.
Ages 8 to 12.
The author of Candy Experiments leads a workshop with stirring, squashing and sinking candy. Become a candy scientist!Dates & Locations
Presented by Don Ehlen.
Family program, all ages welcome.
See thousands of amazing insect specimens up close in a mini-museum. Beautiful butterflies, giant beetles and creepy spiders from all around the world will be displayed.Dates & Locations
Mad About Science Show
Presented by Mad Science.
Ages 5 and older.
Create super sounds, cool chemical reactions and even explore the spooky side of science. Your imagination will run wild as you become a Junior Mad Scientist.Dates & Locations
Presented by KidsQuest Children's Museum.
Ages 3 to 5 with adult.
Use your senses to listen to things fizz, watch things mix and touch things that move and change. Conduct experiments to explore kooky chemical reactions through hands-on exploration.Dates & Locations
Presented by The Museum of Flight.
Ages 8 to 12.
Learn about the science and history of robots and the latest achievements of robots in space, on Earth and in the home. Use the Museum's robotics kits to explore the basic engineering skills required to build a successful extra-terrestrial rover.Dates & Locations
We Learn, We Build, We Play
Presented by Bricks4Kidz©
Ages 5 to 7. Or Ages 8 to 12. (choose age group)
Learn engineering fundamentals about gears, motion, force and much more through building motorized LEGO© construction kits.Dates & Locations