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THE SAPPHIRE COAST SCIENCE FESTIVAL IS BACK ….LIVE in 2021!!
Thursday August 12 to 14 at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre and then through to Sunday August 22 at a variety of venues throughout the Bega Valley and Eurobodalla.
The Sapphire Coast Regional Science Hub Sustainability Education Network (SCRSHSEN), with the generous support of Inspiring Australia as part of National Science Week, is excited to present the SAPPHIRE COAST SCIENCE FESTIVAL, a great opportunity for people of all ages to have engaging, fun experiences with citizen science, environmental displays, threatened species information, online science and sustainability projects.
IT’S A SCIENCE EXTRAVAGANZA…….IN THE BEGA VALLEY AND EUROBODALLA OR WHEREVER YOU ARE!
This is a wonderful opportunity to find out how local organisations are creating dynamic science engagement activities for the whole community. If you are interested in science, technology, the environment and sustainability – this is the Science Week program for you.
So how do I get involved?
Follow us and other participating organisations (click on logos further below) on Facebook and keep in touch with #scienceweek and #scsf2021
Check out the Science Festival Google Calendar and work out all the great science activities you can be part of. More events are being added every day so keep coming back!
Check out your Science Festival Map (use Google Chrome or similar) below and click on the symbols in the map legend to see what activities are near you.
For further information:
Doug Reckord, Bournda EEC 0428 267 956
This initiative is supported by Inspiring Australia as part of National Science Week.
EVENTS FOR OUR 2021 FESTIVAL WILL EVENTUALLY APPEAR HERE!
Access events from the Google Calendar or the Google Map below.
If you click on the "agenda" button of the calendar, a list of the Festival events will be shown.
To open the map legend, with clickable icons for each event, click on this symbol in the top, left hand corner of the map
About Science Week
Now entering its eighteenth year, National Science Week has well and truly cemented itself as Australia’s largest festival, with last year’s calendar offering over 1000 events throughout Australia, reaching an audience of over a million people.
In 2021, National Science Week events are expected to return to normality after a Covid-19 affected program in 2020 and organisers are working hard to make sure there is a range of interesting activities for the community to participate in.The festival is proudly supported by the This initiative is supported by Inspiring Australia as part of National Science Week, as well as partners CSIRO, Australian Science Teachers Association and the ABC.