Siskiyou Science Festival

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Siskiyou Science Festival

Time: May 13, 2019 to May 19, 2019
Location: Mount Shasta, CA
City/Town: Mount Shasta
Website or Map: https://siskiyouscifest.com/
Phone: 530-926-5508
Event Type: festival
Organized By: Mt. Shasta Sisson Museum
Latest Activity: Aug 9, 2019

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Join us for our 2nd Annual FREE Siskiyou Science Festival May 13th - 19th, with our all-day festival event occurring on Saturday, May 18th from 10:00am - 3:00pm in downtown Mt. Shasta!

This year’s theme is “Science or Magic?” The Siskiyou Science Festival week long events will include daily presentations and tours throughout the county. Our all day festival will include hands-on interactive exhibits, science themed performances, demonstrations and family-oriented science experiments, live bands, and more!

The Cold Creek Inn is offering 15% off of all Siskiyou Science Festival event attendees!

To see a complete list of all events, or to become an exhibitor or volunteer, please visit our website at:

https://siskiyouscifest.com/

Or, visit our Facebook page at:

https://www.facebook.com/siskiyouscifestival/

We look forward to seeing you during the Siskiyou Science Festival!

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