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Science on the Street

Annual Event

In Collaboration with the Cambridge Science Festival’s Science on the Street outreach program, join the curious and have fun learning about STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) at our 4th annual interactive science festival meant for families, teachers and students.

Topics include: Bees, Turtles, Fish, Butterflies, Electricity, Archaeology, Osprey, Whales, Sharks, Chroma Key, Mystery Plankton, Storm Chasing, Gardening, Chain Reaction, Pipette Art, Kite Flight and so much more!!!! 

 

Check out the Augmented Reality Sandbox, Backyard Biology, Be a Shipwreck Detective, Explore Makey Makey and Discover Biomimicry!

Participate in a Glenn Davison Kite Workshop!

Visit stations from the Center for Coastal Studies from Provincetown, NOAA/Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, WHOI from Woods Hole, Crocker Nurseries, Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, Cape Cod Media, Sandwich STEM Academy, NE Coastal Wildlife Alliance, Marine Biological Laboratory, Cape Cod Academy, The Boy Scouts of America, Nauset STEMinst, The Brewster Ladies Library, Biomimicry New England, Brewster Ponds Coalition, Cape Light Compact and many more!!!      

     

              Instead of regular admission: Members $3/Non-members $5       No reservations needed

 

The Cambridge Science Festival is April 17-26, 2016                                                                                                                                                  They are celebrating their tenth anniversary with a 2016  exhibit at CCMNH including                                                                                                    a TENacious Engineering project created by the Cape Cod Regional Tech School in Harwich.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Find the schedule of events at  http://cambridgesciencefestival.org.