Wisconsin Science Festival: Hands-On Science!
November 4 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pmFree
Check out the Wisconsin Science Festival on Saturday, November 4, 2017.
The Wisconsin Science Festival is a state-wide event with different activities to do at various locations throughout the state. The Pewaukee Public Library will have three separate science-themed programs taking place that day:
- Hands-On Science Drop in from 9:30 am-12:30 pm. The best way to learn about science is by getting your hands dirty! Try your hand at lots of different hands-on activities that will allow you to explore a wide range of science concepts. More info.
- Science Alliance Presents: Close Encounters of the Chemical Kind 2:30-3:30 pm. This very popular presentation will WOW your kids as they learning the basics of solids, liquids and gasses and the chemical reactions that are used to create everyday substances such as paint, car bumpers and all kinds of polymers. Best for school-age kids. More info.
- Stargazing with the Pewaukee Astronomy Club 7:00-8:30 pm. If the sky is clear, the Pewaukee Astronomy Club will take us outside so that we can use their telescopes to do a little stargazing, pointing out interesting objects in the night sky. If the weather is uncooperative, we will go indoors for an informative presentation featuring pictures that the club has taken with their own telescope housed in the library’s observatory. Fun for all ages. More info.
Move from station to station and try lots of hands-on experiments. Fun for kids and their adults!