“Special Saturdays” at the LSU Museum of Natural Science is a STEM program that focuses on introducing children and their parents to the world of natural science. One Saturday a month we focus on a specific topic and invite experts from within the LSU research community to give short engaging talks accompanied by hands-on activities.
All programs are FREE and are especially appropriate for children ages 5-12. Sessions are held in the exhibit area of the LSU Museum of Natural Science (Foster Hall) from 10:00am-12:00pm. Please pre-register below prior to each session (max 35 kids)**.
**Due to limited space we are unable to accommodate more than 35 kids per event. If an event is full you will be placed on a waiting list and notified via email. We will let you know if a spot opens up before the event.
NOTE: If you experience difficulties signing up with the form below, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your Name, Email, Participant's name(s) & age(s) and the Dates you want to reserve and we will put you on the list.
September 15 - Earthquakes & The San Andreas Fault
October 6 - Costumed Critters
October 27 - Who Needs a Backbone Anyways?
December 15 - Bugs in the Atchafalaya
January 26 - The Wonderful World of Plants
February 2 - Floating Marshes
March 9 - Surviving Extreme Darkness
April 6 - Extraordinary Chickens?
May 18 - Life in the Mountains
Special Saturdays is supported by the LSU College of Science,
the Charles Lamar Family Foundation, & you!