Aberdeen Science Centre is teaming up with Shell Fife NGL plant to take its unique brand of STEM education on the road this month for its Fife Family Fun Day.
Fife Family Fun Day will take place on Saturday, 20 May from 10am-3pm at Beath High School, Cowdenbeath. Admission to the event is free, with no advanced booking required.
A wide variety of activities will be available across the day, including building and programming Lego robotics with Computer Xplorers, STEM throughout history lessons with Techfest and the chance to learn all about optical illusions from the former president of Edinburgh’s Magic Circle, Tricky Ricky.
A host of other sessions will be running courtesy of Archaeology Scotland, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), IChemE, TL Tech Smart Home Solutions, Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI), Glasgow and Dundee Science Centres.
Several attractions will also be on offer, including face painting from Angela’s Squiggly Faces and the chance to meet Bjarni, a “real-life” Viking, who will showcase the science behind Viking raiders, including live sharp weapons demonstrations.
This event will have fun for the whole family, with activities suitable for ages 3 and up. Free refreshments will be available for attendees throughout the day.
You will be able to drop into the event at any time during the day, with parking available at the Beath High School car park, please use the entrance to the dining hall instead of the main school entrance.