Saturday Science at Discovery is a monthly series that features interactive exploration stations centered around a particular topic. Families and learners of all ages are invited to explore hands-on science fun during this free drop-in event, which generally is held from 10 a.m. until noon on the first Saturday of each month in the Town Center of the Discovery Building.

Saturday
10:00 am
April 1
Town Center

Saturday Science: Science Expeditions

This event is free and open to the public. It features interactive exploration stations for kids and families.


Explore 40+ hands-on activities at the Discovery Building during this free event held on the first Saturday of every month! Experience a special edition of Saturday Science as part of Science Expeditions: discover science taking place at UW–Madison, take the trolley to 10+ other campus locations and see open houses and spectacular science shows throughout campus. Visit science.wisc.edu for more information on this three-day event.

Saturday
10:00 am
May 6
Town Center

Saturday Science: Special Effects

This event is free and open to the public. It features interactive exploration stations for kids and families.


Explore the science of special effects during this free event held on the first Saturday of every month! See how to make fantastic things appear using today’s technology, make smoke and fog on demand, learn how superheroes “fly,” try your own sound effects, create your own movies and more.

Saturday
10:00 am
June 3
Town Center

Saturday Science: Senses

This event is free and open to the public. It features interactive exploration stations for kids and families.

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