by L. E. Carmichael, PhD
This Saturday, May 13, is Science Rendezvous! If you're not familiar, Science Rendezvous is a national STEM festival that aims to bring science out of the lab and into the streets. Hosted by universities across campus, it's a unique opportunity for people of all ages to meet scientists and explore real-life science.
And it's 100% free!
This year, I'll be at Science Rendezvous Kingston with three other children's science writers: Helaine Becker, Rochelle Strauss, and Ishta Mercurio. In addition to wowing visitors with STEM displays and activities, we'll be giving readings of our brand new books: mine is Polar: Wildlife at the Ends of the Earth. Visitors will be able to borrow copies from the public library booths that are on site; or, you can buy signed copies of all our books from indie bookstore Novel Idea, which is just a few blocks away.
Can't make it? No problem! Download our free STEM At Home Activity Guide here.
Not near Kingston? Also no problem! Visit the Science Rendezvous website for details of events happening near you.
We can't wait to share our love of STEM with all of you!
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