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Sciencefest comes to Holliston

by Press Release
March 25, 2017

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Sciencefest is returning to the Holliston elementary schools on Saturday April 8th from 10am to 2pm in the Placentino-Miller Cafetorium. Hosted by the Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization (ESPTO),

Sciencefest is returning to the Holliston elementary schools on Saturday April 8th from 10am to 2pm in the Placentino-Miller Cafetorium.

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Hosted by the Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization (ESPTO), this fun-filled homegrown science museum within our familiar school building will feature exhibits like "The Shadow Wall," Water Rockets, Slime and Hand-made Silly Putty, Wind Power demonstrations, Kid-Powered Simple Machines, and the popular Hovercraft. Students and their families will be able to view broken bones in x-ray images, look at insects under a microscope, blow 6 foot bubbles, and play with robots

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. A Travelling Planetarium will have three shows to view and explain the night sky, while nature walks and environmental appreciation will be provided by Holliston's own naturalist, Marc Connelly.

Suggested donation for the event is $5 per family, and refreshments will be on sale by the ESPTO. Come join the PTO for this popular annual event, in it's 27th year of teaching young students that science is wonderful, exciting and fun.

 

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