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COSI Science Festival SU 23 (All Ages)
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The COSI Science Festival is back in full swing and will be a spark that ignites you and your child’s ability to see science in your everyday lives. Through the 75+ area community events happening May 3 - 5 and the Big Science Celebration on May 6, it will showcase accessible, hands-on science activities that encourage an interest in science, sparks curiosity, and creates lasting memories.
With the support of our COSI Science Festival Committee (including Bexley City Schools, CSG, Capital, St. Charles, and the Bexley Public Library) we are proud to be a part of the community events during the COSI Science Festival! We will be overseeing a variety of activities from May 3 - 5 culminating with an evening community event on May 5. All of our activities are free, but will still require registration. To view all COSI events, be sure to check out cosiscifest.org!
Registration opens April 10 @ 12:00pm for Bexley residents (5:00pm for non-residents)!
Family Registration Activities
Beebot Challenge and How to Make a Bagel
These two activities are register by the family. The adult should register once for the family and you will be asked how many family members will be attending during the registration process.
Individual Registration Activities
You Can Too Lab and Bexley Food Tour
These two activities are individual registration based on age. If you have more than one person from your family that wants to participate, each must be registered.
Super Science Block Party (Friday, May 5; 600-800p)
Join us Friday evening from 6:00 - 8:00pm for a science block party fun filled evening of activities including a mini science fair with stations of science activities hosted by CSG, Bexley Schools, St. Charles, and the Bexley Public Library! We will also have science arts and crafts, and food trucks! This event will take place on Capital University’s front lawn along E. Main St. between College Ave. and Drexel Ave. Parking will be available on side streets and any parking lots that are open to the public. This event does not require registration and is open to all ages.