UPCOMING EVENTS

Native Plant Talk & Sale 

Petey Mesquitey 

Cash & Checks Accepted

 

Saturday, October 1st

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Bisbee Science Lab, 519 West Melody Lane

Petey Mesquitey, with Spadefoot Nursery will talk about local native plants that can be found in the wild and in nurseries with photos. He will share stories about seed gathering and germination, as well as share some of his poetry and songs. 

Pie & Sky

With guests Juniper Djinn and Emma Califf from the Sonoran Desert Museum! 

 

Thursday, October 6th

6:00-8:00 pm

Bisbee Science Lab, 519 W Melody Ln

Join us for our first of the season Pie & Sky! Check out the stars with local astronomers, grab a slice of pizza, enjoy some live music, and hunt for bugs! It is going to be a blast! 

Science Café 

Mark Apel 

Sunday, October 16th

3:00-5:00 pm

St. John's Episcopal Church Annex, 19 Sowles Ave

Although Cochise County falls within the physiographic region known as the Basin and Range Province, the basic hydrology and water needs of the San Pedro Valley and the Sulphur Springs Valley are quite different and have different challenges. Nonetheless, there are lessons to be learned from decades of partnerships, studies and work in the San Pedro Valley to protect the San Pedro River that can be used to inform efforts to conserve and recharge water supplies in the Sulphur Springs Valley. Mark Apel has over 40 years of experience working in natural resources and environmental planning and is currently working for Cochise County's Engineering and Natural Resources Department as the Environmental Projects Coordinator for recharge projects along the San Pedro River.

Open Lab Hours & Science Fridays 

Join us for Science Fridays!

Follow us on our Facebook page for more details.

 

Fridays

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

519 W Melody Lane

The Bisbee Science Lab is now open to the public on Fridays for in-person programming. Join us for our Open Lab Hours and Science Fridays. From 10:00-5:00 participants can explore the lab, play with any materials available, and engage with the staff. From 2:00-4:00, children are encouraged to participate in "Science Friday" activities covering a wide variety of scientific topics, run by community partner organizations.

Participants will engage in fun experiments, learn exciting new things, and explore the world of science!

Free and open to the public.

*Transportation Assistance Offered*

If your child would like to attend any of our events but is unable due to transportation issues, the Bisbee Science Lab offers free bus passes to children 8+. For more information please email us at bisbeesciencelab@gmail.com

*Questions*

If you have any questions about the Bisbee Science Lab or any of our events, please email us at bisbeesciencelab@gmail.com

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Sky Island STEAM Express

Our mobile lab project, Sky Island STEAM Express, is on the road! Funded by the Rural Activation and Innovation Network, this mobile science lab is travelling throughout Cochise County, bringing interactive STEAM programming to even our most rural residents. Participants engage in hands-on learning opportunities covering a wide range of scientific topics. 

Check out the Sky Island STEAM Express Page for information on when the lab will be visiting your Cochise County Community

Want to act as a community liaison, helping to bring Sky Island STEAM Express to your Cochise County community? Email us at bisbeesciencelab.org