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Green Lake Association Presents Science Saturday's

7:13 PM, Feb. 26, 2013
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Water in winter - sometimes you can swim in it, sometimes you can stand on it. Either way, there's a lot going on beneath it.

Where do fish go when Green Lake freezes in the winter? Why do some things float in water and others sink? Bring out the inner scientist of your first through fifth grader as they discover the answer to these questions and more during this hands-on, interactive experience with singing, experiments and lots of fun.

This event is free, but pre-registration is required due to limited space. Feel free to drop off your child or stick around for the event. This is one event in a series ...

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