Five days of fun & science are coming to the Queen City with lots to talk about, learn about, and find curiosity in!

The Maine Science Festival is coming back to Bangor, from March 20th-March 24th! Fun filed days of events will be happebning all aorund Downtown, for kids of all ages!

The Maine Science Festival is the first and only science festival in Maine. It launched in 2015 and is a celebration of the national and world-leading science by the Mainers who do it.

Since it began, more than 60,000 people have attended this five-day festival held every March.

Get ready for over 70 events that are 100% FREE of charge to attend. With forums, shows, games, talks, art exhibits, and an array of workshops and hands-on activities for all ages, there is literally something for all Maine science fans.

Here is a breakdown of some big events:

MSF Trivia- News & Brews Takeover

Wednesday, March 20th
Season's Bangor

Field Trip Day

Friday, March 22nd
Cross Insurance Center-Bangor

Ham Radio:Explore A Fun Communications Hobby

Saturday, March 23rd
Meeting Room C-Cross Insurance Center-BangorTransforming Mars In Minecraft

Saturday, March 23rd
Metting Room D-Cross Insurance

Maine Invention Convention

Saturday, March 23rd
Prefunction Area Cross Insurance Center

Music & Sound Instruments

Saturday, March 23rd
Meeting Room D-Cross Insurance Center

The Science of Nutrition

Saturday, March 23rd
Meeting Rooms 3 & 4 Cross Insurance Center-Bangor

Video Games Teach History

Satuday, March 23rd
Meeting Rooms 1 & 2 Cross Insurance Center-Bangor

Downtown Bangor Scavenger Hunt

Sunday. March 24th
Briar Patch-27 Central Street-Bangor

5 Minute Genius

Saturday, March 23rd
Penobscot Theater Company-131 Main Street-Bangor

Teen Tech Night

Friday, March 22nd
Maine Disovery Museum

That is just the tip of the iceberg, you can find out so much more at the Maine Science Festival website

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