The Philadelphia Science Festival offers 10 days of interactive events

    The second annual Philadelphia Science Festival returns with 10-days of interactive events.

     

    The Philadelphia Science Festival, organized by The Franklin Institute returns this month with family friendly events around the city, April 20 – April 29. The programs will kick off with a free science carnival, Sunday April 21, around Logan Circle where over 100 activities, science themed performances and demonstrations will be on display.

    During the festival, scientists, engineers, and other experts will make appearances at local libraries and community centers, around the city, during free events.

    The Science Café series, offers over 30 food-related events exploring the science behind items like chocolate and beer. There will be a special, 2012 Philadelphia Science Festival ale, brewed by Yards Brewing Company.

    And of course, there’s an app for that. The 2012 Philadelphia Science Festival App allows users to keep up with all of the events happenings.

    Visit the Philadelphia Science Festival website for more information and a full calendar of events.

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