Science Fun this October Week

October Week is a upon us, and Glasgow Science Festival is set to bring FREE science-y fun across the city. The October Week is a upon us, and Glasgow Science Festival is set to bring free science-y fun across the city.
The fun kicks off on Saturday 11th, with ‘A Shed Load of Science‘ – rockets, puppets, kaleidoscopes and other fun activities for all ages. Head along to the Possilpark Band Stand from 12-3pm. The festivities kicks off on Saturday 11th, with ‘A Shed Load of Science’ – rockets, puppets, kaleidoscopes and other fun activities for all ages. Head along to the Possilpark Band Stand by Saracen Street from 12-3pm.
A Shed Load of Science in Possil this weekend
On Sunday, don’t miss Big Biology Scotland at Mugdock Country Park, as part of Biology Week! This family day of fun will run from 10-3pm, with lots of indoor and outdoor activities to keep you entertained. From sun spotting and bird ringing to films in the theatre and a cosmic roadshow, there’s a barrage of hands-on activities for all ages.
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On Monday 13th, head along to Possil Point and explore the cosmos inside the inflatable planetarium from 12-3pm. In the evening, join marine biologist Dr Deborah McNeill for a special screening of Jaws, in The Imaginarium on Saracen Street from 6-9pm.
Jaws - 13th October, The ImaginariumAll About Owls comes to Castlemilk Stables on Wednesday 14th October from 2-4pm. Meet real owls from all over the Commonwealth and have a go at some owl-themed activities by Glasgow Science Festival, from finger puppets to food webs.
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There’s more free family fun at the Platform in Easterhouse on Thursday 15th October. The centre will be jam-packed of activities for all ages from 12-3pm. At 2.30pm, Glasgow Science Festival is hosting a special screening of ‘Finding Nemo’, followed by a Q&A with marine biologists Drs David Bailey and Shaun Killen – come armed with your fishy questions.
See you there!

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