The University of Wisconsin-Superior invites children and adults to explore the marvels of astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology, physics and zoology during Science Fest on April 6 from 2-5 p.m. in Barstow and Swenson halls.

This free event attracts hundreds of people annually and has become the largest student-organized event of the year. Science Fest offers children and their parents a chance to explore science together through demonstrations and hands-on activities.

This is a student-sponsored program presented by the UW-Superior Students of Science Club, along with students, professors and staff involved in biology, chemistry, geology and physics.

Barstow Hall is located at 816 N. 17th St. and Swenson Hall is at 1610 Weeks Ave.