Inland Empire News | Inland Empire Science Festival
March 17, 2016
By: Jamie Durante
Get out, and do something a little different with your family this weekend. Visit a museum in Hemet where science and the natural world dominate in the most fascinating way!
Come celebrate science at the Second Annual Inland Empire Science Festival, happening at Western Science Center on Saturday, March 19th!
Businesses, museums, schools and universities are gathering at the festival to reflect and share on how science has dramatically improved our lives. Participate in activities and gain intriguing information from a dozen science-related vendors like The Cooper Center, Riverside Astronomical Society, Santa Rosa Plateau and more.
There will also be lectures by reputable locals at the WSC Theater. The Curator of Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, Dr. Andy Farke, and the Professor of Anthropology at Mt. San Jacinto College, Erik Ozolins, will both be holding 30-minute lectures you don’t want to miss.
Visitors who have a student, youth or four and under admission ticket will get to take home a replica of a Tyrannosaurus rex tooth. This cool replica will be the perfect souvenir to remember your day of curiosity and adventure at Inland Empire Science Festival! We will see you there!
Inland Empire Science Festival on Sun., March 19, 2016 from 10a.m.-4p.m., Western Science Center, 2345 Searl Pkwy., Hemet, CA 92543. Admission is $8 for adults, $6.50 for seniors 62 and older, $6.50 for students ages 13-22 with ID, $6 for youth 5-12, under 4 years old admitted free, and Active Military (individuals) with ID and WSC members are admitted free. Museum admission included in the ticket price.For more information call (951) 791-0033 or visit this website.