On Saturday, April 21, from 12 to 4 p.m., satisfy your curiosity and experience science in new ways at Science Everywhere, one of the most entertaining festivals in Greensboro. The event is part of the North Carolina Science Festival and is free and open to the public.
Participants will have the opportunity to embrace their inner scientist with nearly 80 hands-on activities across the UNCG campus. Food science, astronomy, computer science, chemistry and technology are just a few of the topics to explore.
Begin your science adventure at one of four welcome centers, located in front of the School of Education Building, Sullivan Science Building, Coleman Building and Foust Park, where you will check-in and receive an activity passport.
Explore UNCG’s campus and observe, discover and create along the way. Participants can use the free shuttle service to move easily from one part of campus to the next, as activities span from Peabody Park all the way to the School of Education Building.
The first 1,000 children to arrive will receive a free T-shirt and the first 1,000 families will receive a complimentary tote bag.
For more information, visit scienceeverywhere.wp.uncg.edu.
By Ishan Davis