Exhibit Creation Workshop: Agrivoltaics
Friday, March 19th
6:00-8:00 pm on Facebook Live
Have you ever wanted to create your very own Science Exhibit?
With funding from the Institute for Museum and Library Services, the Bisbee Science Exploration and Research Center (Bisbee Science Lab), is offering up to $4,000 for the creation of locally sourced science exhibits! The Bisbee Science Lab will be hosting a workshop, coaching participants on how they can propose their own exhibit based off of the theme: Agrivoltaics. Learn about this innovative approach to sustainable energy and food production, and how you can receive funding to create an exhibit which will travel as part of our mobile lab, Sky Island STEAM Express.
Sky Island STEAM Express
Our mobile lab project, Sky Island STEAM Express, is in the works! Funded by the Rural Activation and Innovation Network, this mobile science lab will travel throughout Cochise County, bringing interactive STEAM programming to even our most rural residents. Participants will engage in hands-on learning opportunities covering a wide range of scientific topics. First tour begins in February.
Want to act as a community liaison, helping to bring Sky Island STEAM Express to your Cochise County community? Email us at bisbeesciencelab.org
Open Wednesdays 3:00-5:00 pm and Fridays 10:00 am – 5:00 pm to students aged 12+
Location: 519 W Melody Lane, Bisbee, AZ
Our new Bisbee Outdoor Learning Center is finally open! With funding from the Bisbee Foundation and support from the Bisbee Unified School District, the Bisbee Outdoor Learning Center will provide high school students a space to complete schoolwork, study, and meet with peers in a safe and distanced manner. Students will have access to high-speed internet, laptops, headphones, tutors, and more in our comfortable outdoor setting.
*masks and social distancing required*
A Science Friday Reboot is in the Works!
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Science Fridays are weekly learning events that are free to the public and open to children K-12. Participants will be able to learn about science by performing fun and exciting hands-on science experiments. Entry free and open to the public.
As we adjust to the challenges presented by COVID-19, the Bisbee Science Lab is in the process of rolling out a hybrid Science-Friday program, which will provide students the opportunity to join in virtually or in person at our new Bisbee Outdoor Learning Center. Stay tuned for more information.
*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
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