Science in a Bag Pickup Location: Hales Corners Library

Stop by the Hales Corners Library during regular library hours to get a free Science in a Bag STEM kit (while supplies last) courtesy of the Wisconsin Science Festival. Activities are appropriate for ages K-12 and feature science and research happening in the state of Wisconsin. In addition, visit the Science in a Bag portal … Continued

Science in a Bag Pickup Location: Burlington Public Library

Stop by the Burlington Public Library during regular library hours to get a free Science in a Bag STEM kit (while supplies last) courtesy of the Wisconsin Science Festival. Activities are appropriate for ages K-12 and feature science and research happening in the state of Wisconsin. In addition, visit the Science in a Bag portal … Continued

Science in a Bag Pickup Location: Kenosha Public Library (Southwest)

Stop by the Kenosha Public Library (Southwest) during regular library hours to get a free Science in a Bag STEM kit (while supplies last) courtesy of the Wisconsin Science Festival. Activities are appropriate for ages K-12 and feature science and research happening in the state of Wisconsin. In addition, visit the Science in a Bag … Continued

Playhouse Gallery – Garbology: What We Throw Away

Overture Center for the Arts, Forward Theater Company, Madison Arts Commission and Arts + Literature Laboratory present a visual art exhibition of recent work inspired by and composed from the things we discard, concurrent with Forward’s production of The Garbologists by Lindsay Joelle. Garbology is supported by City of Madison Recycling. Exhibiting artists: Mackenzie Madison … Continued

Love WI: Following a Master Naturalist Path

Love Wisconsin is a digital storytelling project that celebrates our state, our lives and our shared future. Our mission is to use storytelling and social media to bring about a more connected, compassionate, and engaged Wisconsin. Wisconsin Humanities believes stories can break down barriers between us, inspire us to get involved, and help us recognize … Continued

Meet the Lab

Meet the Lab introduces middle school students to scientific research through a human lens—focusing on the real-world problems that research seeks to impact (why science is done), the science practices used by researchers (how science is done), and creating opportunities for students to relate to professionals in the field (who science is done by) to … Continued

Sandhill Crane Watch

Observe flocks of Sandhill cranes landing for the evening in the Gallagher Marsh. Cranes are best viewed in the evening, as the sun sets. Guests should register in the logbook and pick up a map (green Sandhill brochure) at the kiosk near the entrance gate of the Sandhill Wildlife Area. Follow the 14-mile one-way Trumpeter … Continued

Super Science Saturday

UW-Whitewater at Rock County invites families to join our faculty, staff and students in this FREE event, featuring hands-on science activities and exhibits that highlight the wonders of our scientific world. Participants can learn about youth science and STEM programs. All ages are welcome to attend; parents/guardians are required to stay on-campus.

Wisconsin Science Festival Curiosity Cube!

The Millipore Sigma Curiosity Cube is coming to the Monona Public Library! Drop in between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for hands-on science experiments led by scientists. This unique traveling science lab is a family-friendly event. No registration is required for this free event.

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