Hands-on science fun at Leeward Discovery Fair

October 30, 2012  |   |  Comments
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The Discovery Fair at Leeward Community College promises to be a day of family fun!

Leeward Commnity College presents the Leeward Discovery Fair on Saturday, November 3, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.

Fair highlights include bustling hands-on, interactive learning activities for the entire family. One of the exhibits, Quicksand Goo, showcases a mysterious glob that is both a liquid and a solid. There will also be an exhibit where people will try walking on water. 

Returning crowd-favorites include CSI Leeward, a mock crime scene investigation; Bubblicious Geometry; and BONES, a forensic puzzle waiting to be solved.

The family-oriented day also includes food booths, a plant sale and entertainment. Admission is free, with ample parking.

Fair Activities

  • Bug City-The bugs are back: Build your own bug and get a close-up look at a variety of creepy crawlers
  • Pliable Polymer: Squiggle, squeeze and turn liquids into solids, creating your own polymer worms or a bag of the silliest putty
  • Spaghetti Engineering: Build structures and bridges with food
  • Instant Snow: Make snow magically appear
  • Chemistry Magic: Freeze a flower or shrink a balloon with liquid nitrogen
  • Tell Me a Story
  • Scholastic Book Fair, Local Market and Discovery Store
  • Galactic Games, a galaxy of carnival games
  • Tours of the fossil, mineral and natural history exhibits

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