Jackson Hole’s first-ever science festival is a weekend community event that celebrates the wonders of everyday science and encourages curiosity and exploration in the natural world. Exploring the boundaries of discovery and how science is integrated into virtually every aspect of our lives, this will be a curated and highly collaborative event. In addition to showcasing our own community of science, engineering and technology innovators, we will bring in evocative thinkers and hands-on exhibits with outside partners to engage and inspire participants of all ages in surprising new directions. The weekend event will be followed on Monday, by a day of elementary school-age classroom engagement.
WILD SCIENCE will be staged primarily at the Center for the Arts—in the Theater and Lobby areas as well as outdoors in its the adjacent Park. Throughout each day on Saturday and Sunday all speakers, performances, events and hands-on exhibits will be free and family-friendly. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Each evening will feature a high-profile ticketed event. Invitations have been issued to Ira Flatow (NPR-Science Friday host) and Neil deGrasse Tyson (Astrophysicist and television personality).
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