The 2023 Michigan State University Science Festival kicks off this weekend with more than 100 free events exploring science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. From tours of the school’s Bird Sanctuary and Bug House to bath bomb baking, an AI Sonic Art Workshop and robot bowling, there’s something for everyone.
For a full list of events, including times and locations, visit sciencefestival.msu.edu. Some events have limited capacity, so make sure to register before space fills up.
The festival will continue through April 30 with even more free events, workshops and demonstrations, including an educational concert with the Falling Tree Collaborative on April 8, a Statewide Earth Day Celebration on April 22 and a Statewide Astronomy Night on April 29. Check out the website to see all that’s in store.
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