Science Sessions: Preparing for Maker Faire UK

@ Life Science Centre

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12 March 2017

2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

£7.50 per person - Pre booking essential - call (0191) 243 8223

Science Sessions are hands-on activities organized for young people aged 13+ who like hands-on science. These are individual events which you can choose to attend as you like, perhaps alone or perhaps with your friends.

Every year Science Sessions runs a stall at Maker Faire UK, which is held at Life. At this year’s Maker Faire UK, taking place on 1 and 2 April 2017, we’ll be making Solar System bracelets with the public.

Science Sessions in March is our chance to ready the stall, complete with instructions and eye-catching decorations, as well as divide responsibilities.

You will of course make your own bracelet to take home!

Want to come Maker Faire UK? A half-day’s work on either the Saturday 1 April or Sunday 2 April will earn you the rest of the day to look around the other stalls for free!

Don’t forget to give us a call on 0191 243 8223 or drop us an email if you want to come (please mention your postcode when booking).

If something comes up and you can’t make it please let us know so that we don’t delay the start of the session waiting for you! You can email us at or call on 0191 243 8223 up until the Friday before, or call or text Noel on 07786332465 on the weekend.

Life Science Centre
Times Square
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear

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