Inland Empire Science Festival
2nd Annual Inland Empire Science Festival hosted by Western Science Center!
Multiple Museums, STEM companies and agencies will gather in one spot to share information about science!
Admission is $8.00 for Adults, $6.50 Seniors 62+, Students 13-22 w/id $6.50, Youth 5-12 $6.00, Under 4 years old is free, and Active Military (individual) w/ID is free.
Admission to the museum is included in price.
Members get in free all year.
All proceeds of ticket sales will go to Western Science Center (a 501(c) 3) non-profit, to fund entertaining and educational programming.
If you or your company would like to participate, please call contact Western Science Center at 951-791-0033.
“Care & Feeding of a Baby Dinosaur”
presented by Andrew A. Farke, Ph.D.
Augustyn Family Curator and Director of Research & Collections
Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology at The Webb Schools
@ 11:00 AM in the WSC Theater
“Paleolithic CSI: How the Skeleton Can Tell Us How Neanderthals Lived and Died”
presented by Erik Ozolins
Co-Director, Honors Enrichment Program
Professor and Chair, Anthropology Department at Mt. San Jacinto College
@1:30 PM in the WSC Theater
Thank you to our generous sponsors for their support of the Inland Empire Science Festival:
The following vendors will be attending the 2016 Inland Empire Science Festival:
Eastern Metropolitan Water District