Celebrate Our Planet At An Interactive Science Fair For Kids

On April 18, join the SciFri team at WBUR CitySpace in Boston for a science fair for the climate, designed for kids and families.

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Science Friday Climate Fair: An Interactive Celebration For Kids

Get Tickets for April 18

Attention families! Join Science Friday and WBUR at CitySpace during Massachusetts school vacation week for a science fair exploring the ways scientists, educators and engineers are inventing solutions to climate change, creating sustainable systems and learning from the natural world around us.

Come ask a tree a question! Learn what frogs have to teach us! Try your hand at guiding a remotely-operated vehicle, and more! Find out more about participating organization on the WBUR CitySpace website. Kids of all ages, families and caregivers welcome (interactive stations are best suited for middle school-aged students).

This event is a part of Earth Week, a weeklong series of events produced by WBUR CitySpace on the environment and climate change leading up to Earth Day (April 22, 2023). Join them for conversations, performances and more focused on celebrating and protecting our planet. Find out more about this event on their website.

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Diana Plasker is the Experiences Manager at Science Friday, where she creates live events and partnerships to delight and engage audiences in the world of science.

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