14th – 31st October
Stirling Science Festival 2021 will run throughout October as a hybrid festival. Featuring science shows, fun workshops, hands-on experiments, talks, exhibitions and much more.
Our exciting programme of in person events will take place from Thursday 14th to 31st October. For example, on Thursday 14th from 10am-4pm, join us for our first ever Stirling Science Festival Family Day. When we will be taking over the Albert Halls for this action packed, socially distanced, free event suitable for all ages.
Our digital programme is freely available for you to engage with at your leisure, through until 31st October. Including an Escape Room Game, bite sized lectures focusing on COP26 themes and Stirling STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Arts & Maths) activities for you to try at home.
For information on each event click here or see the full programme below.
Stirling Science Festival Family Day at the Albert Halls
Thu 14 October
Join us at the Albert Halls on Thursday 14th October 10am-4pm for an action-packed day of activities suitable for all the family. The event is free to attend, drop in and will be delivered in a COVID secure way.
Full list of activities below:
Stirling Science Festival The Science of Sound at Tolbooth
Fri 15 Oct
Join us at the Tolbooth on Friday 15th October 10am-2pm for The Science of Sound science show and workshops.
Stirling Science Festival Activities by Stirling Libraries and Archives
4th – 30th October
Visit one of Stirling’s libraries. For more information see Get Curious
4th – 31st October
5th – 28th October
Free exhibition Semiconductor by UK artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt. Over twenty years they have become known for an innovative body of work, which explores the material nature of our world and how we experience it through the lenses of science and technology. For more information see Semiconductor.
14th – 31st October
A range of online activities for families to try at home are available as part of the Stirling Science Festival. Full list below:
The festival is produced by Stirling Council and D.C. McNeill Consultancy in partnership with, Stirling Libraries and Archives, Forth Valley College, the University of Stirling, the Engine Shed, Codebase, Froglife and ThinkScience. Supported by EventScotland, Scottish Government and CityFibre.
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