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Science Fridays are a weekly learning event that is 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. It's loads of fun so make sure to bring your children! Science Fridays are held from 1:00 - 3:00 PM at 519 Melody Lane every Friday. This event is hosted by the Bisbee Science Lab in partnership with 4-H, the National Parks Service, and the Arizona Science Center. Tickets are not required. Entry is completely free and open to the public.
10th Ancient Human Diets
17th Coprolites: Fossilized Feces
31st How Fossils are Found
Mining and Minerals
7th Minerals in National Parks
14th Minerals in our Food
21st Mining for Agriculture
28th Mining Create! Program
6th Constellation Build
13th Lunar Exploration
3rd Water at our National Parks
10th Water Conservation
17th Interactive Watershed Model
24th Microorganisms in Water
1st Electronic Equipment at National Parks
8th Electrical Fruit
15th Building Circuit Boards
22nd Circuit Party (Create!)
29th Squishy Circuits
*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
If you have any questions about the Bisbee Science Lab or any of our events, please email us at
Postponed due to Covid-19 Pandemic
Date: March 28th + 29th
Time: 8 am - 1 pm
Location: San Pedro Riparian area south of Palominas
and Bisbee Science Lab Annex 519 Melody Lane, Bisbee
The Border BioBlitz is a community science effort to record as many species as possible along both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Go to nextgensd.com/border-bioblitz-2020/ for more info.
A preliminary meeting will take place on March 21st at noon at the BSL Annex.