RIDGEWOOD, N.J. -- The 28th Annual Super Science Saturday will take place Saturday, Feb. 27, at Ridgewood High School.
Super Science Saturday, hailed as the "Greatest Science Extravaganza in Northern New Jersey," brings fun and excitement to science through professional presenters and student projects.
As a joint project of the Ridgewood Board of Education and the Super Science Saturday Volunteer Committee, the event aims to bring all science lovers together for a day of fun and learning for all ages.
In an effort to make Super Science Saturday an even better experience, the oragnizers have changed venues to Ridgewood High School, giving more space for student presenters in the "Hall of Science."
Adult presenters also will have generous space throughout hallways, the cafeteria and the campus center.
Super Science Saturday will appeal to everyone from the casual observer to the aspiring scientists. Most of all, the event's organizers hope to spark an interest in science among children, showing them the wonders of science.
Through interactive exhibits, such as a wheelchair maze, live animals and demonstrations of chocolate-making to more complex brain-wiring demonstrations, Super Science Saturday will satisfy the scientific appetite of everyone.
Take a look at Super Science's volunteer page to learn about getting involved. This day cannot happen without the support of dedicated volunteers.
Sign up now and make this Super Science Saturday one to remember.
The event is from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Ridgewood High School is at 627 E. Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood.
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