Randolph College’s Science Festival and Science Day are coming in March. This is a great event for families, teachers and students in the Lynchburg area to have some fun while exploring issues and topics related to science. Check it out:
“The Randolph College Society of Physics Students is proud to bring you the Fourth Annual Randolph College Science Festival, March 22-25, 2012. Begun as a Science Day for kids in 2005, we are joined by science, humanities and arts departments across the campus, and by numerous presenters to bring a weekend of activities for all. All activities are free and open to the public, and are for all ages. Only the Science Day activity on Saturday afternoon requires pre-registration, please feel free to drop in on any of the other events. All Science Day participants receive a t-shirt, and the first 100 people who attend other Science Festival events will receive a t-shirt.
- Admission to all events is FREE and open to the public!
- No registration required (EXCEPT for Science Day, on Saturday afternoon)
- All events are open to ALL ages EXCEPT Science Day which is for 3-6 graders
- Have lunch or dinner in our dining hall either day, or snack at our coffee shop Click for more information
Randolph College Science Festival is paid for by sponsorships from local companies and donations from individuals – if you would like to help keep this event going, please consider making a donation by clicking on this link , and be sure to choose to direct your donation to the Science Festival by choosing that designation in the drop-down box on the second page. Donations of any amount are welcome, thank you! If you are interested in a sponsorship, please contact Peter Sheldon email@example.com.”
One of the main features of Randolph College’s Science Fest is Science Day. For information and registration on this day of “free, fun, hands-on science activities for grades 3 – 6” go: to the Science Day page and see the video below. For everyone else find the Science Festival on Facebook and their main website and see the Science Fest flyer (with map) below.
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