Is it teething time for your little one?
Science Week 2013 Exploring the XTRA-Ordinary takes place from 10th – 17th November and, for the entire week, people are asked to go ‘behind the scenes’ of daily life and explore the extraordinary processes that take place everyday.
 
Science Week is a collaboration of over 550 free events run by colleges, schools, libraries, teachers, researchers and students throughout the whole of Ireland and parents and their kids will be able to get involved in interactive workshops, science shows, family fun days, exhibitions and much more.
 
Highlights include the Discovery Science Festival in Cork which will feature interactive exhibits and five workshop choices in the annual City Hall exhibition and The Curiosity Lab @ Science Week will take place in Dublin’s Filmbase on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th and will include hands-on workshops, adventures in electronics, interactive installations, games and curious technology.
 
Everybody is invited to take part and with so many events on throughout the week there is sure to be something that everyone in the family can enjoy.
 
For a full list of the activities being held visit www.scienceweek.ie.

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