Join the community and host a 2017 Wisconsin Science Festival event!

During four days each fall, hundreds of venues around Wisconsin participate in the Wisconsin Science Festival, a statewide celebration that connects people with science, technology, engineering, art and math. This year's festival will be held November 2–5, and you're invited to become one of the many event hosts.

Why participate? Reach new audiences, create community connections and more.


Host an event

Offer a program in your community


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Program ideas

Discover what kinds of programs
are a good fit for the festival

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The science fest recommends...

Can't wait for the festival in November? Check out these events from our partners.


Midwest Crane Count

It's a bird, it's a crane...citizen scientists deploy for an annual rite of spring, the Midwest crane count
April 8 statewide

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Wisconsin Book Festival

Live-saving vaccine inventor Dr. Paul Offit discusses his book Pandora's Lab: Seven Stories of Science Gone Wrong
May 10 @ the Discovery Building

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What happens at #WiSciFest?

People of all ages explore the wonders of the sciences, arts and more and discover a new way to look at the world. Watch the video below and see what the science festival is all about.


2016 featured events

Did you miss one of the 2016 science fest events? Several of our featured events were recorded and can be viewed here.

   

Spread the word

Did you attend the 2016 science festival, which was held October 20-23? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and tag events you'd like to share with #WiSciFest.