November 6 Science Saturday event includes microcontrollers and music


Starting at 9 a.m., on November 6, the Adams State College Science Saturday will explore music in the Science Activity Center. The event continues until noon and is free and open to the public.

The Science Saturday morning session is geared for a younger group. From 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. participants will explore microcontrollers and music, this session requires more skills and the ability to work independently. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Science Saturday is a series of structured activities where people of all ages explore science and mathematics in guided hands-on activities. Materials are provided.

Participation in the structured sessions requires arrival at scheduled start time. Drop-in is allowed for those with a general interest in the center. Other equipment and demonstrations are available for exploration.

The Science Activity Center is on the north side of the Community Partnership Building, located on Main Street and Edgemont Blvd. on the Adams State campus. Parking is available in the lot, accessed from Edgemont, immediately west of the Activity Center's outside door. For information email Dr. Randy Emmons at