POST-FESTIVAL EVENT: KidWind Educator Workshop

The Wisconsin Energy Institute, Wisconsin’s K-12 Energy Education Program and KidWind are excited to bring the KidWind Educator Workshop to communities across Wisconsin. Join us at the Boys and Girls Club of the Greater Chippewa Valley and learn how to explore the power of wind and solar with your students! Review energy and electricity basics, … Continued

Geographical Evolution of North American Rivers

Recent research has demonstrated that the lower Wisconsin River developed as part of an eastward-flowing river system, rather than as a tributary of the Mississippi River. This talk with Professor Eric Carson discusses that research and the changes North American rivers have experienced over the last several million years. Wisconsin Science Festival Week seemed to … Continued

The History of Glass

Join us for The History of Glass: From natural phenomena to its crucial role in everyday life in the Jane Greene Room at the Sturgeon Bay Library. Presentation by Jeremy Popelka of the Popelka Tranchard Glass Studio.

13,000 Years of Driftless Ingenuity

The Mining & Rollo Jamison Museums will be offering FREE General Admission and Guided Mine Tours of our real 1845 underground lead-zinc mine.  Visitors will also enjoy a mine train ride outdoors across the three-acre museum campus, weather permitting, as well as the debut of our exhibit, “The Science and Art of Glass.” Interested parties … Continued

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