Kids might be off of school for the weekend, but dozens got a chance to learn some great lessons.
The St. Joseph County Public Library hosted Science Alive Saturday.
Kids had a chance to get some hands on lessons on many different science-related topics.
The Michiana Aquarium Society and a local dental society were just a couple of the presenters at Saturday’s event.
“It's a real good way to promote the hobby. There's probably about 5000 people that come through here and it's a way for us to promote ourselves to the general public,” explains Matt Bielski, presenting at science alive.
“I think it's a great event, to get them to see how science is in the real world. For dentistry, we've applied it to the technology that's happening in dentistry, the things that we can do to help kids have healthier smiles for their lives,” says Lori Risser, presenting at science alive.
This is the fifth year for science alive.