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Los Alamos ScienceFest 2024
July 12-16

Countdown to ScienceFest!


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Every year, Los Alamos ScienceFest follows a theme. 2024's theme is 

"Creative Energy!" 

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Over 8,000 enthusiastic science enthusiasts flood the streets of downtown Los Alamos every year in July to celebrate ScienceFest! From July 12th to July 16th, 2024, this vibrant event, a collaboration between the Los Alamos MainStreet, and Los Alamos County, and numerous other local organizations, showcased the power and excitement of scientific exploration. Concerts, Play Crawls, markets and interactive events are the heart of ScienceFest! With a multitude of events spread across the city, attendees of all ages can expect to be captivated by hands-on experiments, lectures, and interactive exhibits. From budding young scientists to seasoned researchers, the ScienceFest brought together a diverse community eager to celebrate the marvels of science. If you didn't get a chance to join us this time, mark your calendars for next year's festivities! And in the interim, stay tuned for updates on science happenings through our newsletter and social media channels. The Los Alamos ScienceFest is made possible by the dedication of ScienceFest organizers and the generous support of sponsors such as Los Alamos National Labs, the Fuller Lodge Arts Council, Los Alamos County, and many others, whose contributions ensure the success of this extraordinary event. 

In 2023, ScienceFest took place on Saturday, July 7-18th at various location around downtown Los Alamos.

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Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op, Bradbury Science Museum, Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC), Los Alamos Dept. of Public Utilities, Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, Los Alamos Community Partnerships Office, Los Alamos County Community Services, Los Alamos County Environmental Services/ Zero Waste Los Alamos, Los Alamos County Library, Los Alamos Historical Society, Manhattan Project National Historical Park, and others.

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