The Homeschool Science Fair is something for all ages. This is a great way to showcase your child's talent and to inspire others to get interested and involved in science. It's this Saturday, May 30th at 10 am.


Has your child done something extraordinary in homeschool? Let your scientist receive the recognition he or she deserves! Have your student prepare a science project and display it in the Community Room at Central Library at 10 am this Saturday morning.

Displays will be available for viewing through 2 pm. Each display will be arranged by age group.  Judges will be reviewing and will score  displays in each age group.

There will also be an area for you to display other works such as art, book reports, or anything you would like to share. These displays will be in a different categorie judged primarily on creativity and innovation.

This is an excellent opportunity to have friends and family come and see how talented your child is. It is also a great opportunity to bring your child who may not be involved in projects like this as the event could inspired their interest.

Tickets for entering projects are free. Just be sure to get one for your childs project as a way of keeping up with identification.

For more information contact the Stevens Central Library at 33 W. Beauregard. Call
325-655-7321 .