UWS is hosting Science Fest this week for children and adults to learn more about chemistry, biology, physics, geology, zoology, and astronomy

Science Fest happens Saturday, April 14th from 2 pm to 5 pm at Swenson and Barstow  Halls on the UWS campus.

This is the largest student-organized event of the year, it draws hundreds of parents and children to enjoy demonstrations and hands-on activities.

Many local organizations will be there including,  Northwood’s Women in Science, City of Superior Environmental Services Division of Public Works, Brule Fish Hatchery, Jay Cooke State Park, Superior Animal Hospital, T&J Farms, Enbridge, IDA Dark Sky Duluth, and the Superior Police Department. UW-Superior representatives include the Lake Superior Research Institute, Natural Sciences Department, and the Music Department.

More information about the event can be found here.