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Events

  • MagLab Open House 2018

    Science and sports are teaming up for MagLab Open House 2018!

    This FREE event features something for visitors of every age:

    • Hands-on demonstrations
    • Self-guided tours
    • Activities with educational partners (that's us!)
    • Food Trucks
    • An up-close look at world record magnets
    • The chance to meet and chat with our brilliant scientists and MagLab Staff 

    This year, don't miss our special sports-themed science demonstrations!

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  • February Lunch and Learn

    Leon Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor Tabitha Frazier will be presenting on the Urban Gleaning Program located in Tallahassee, Florida. This program helps eliminate food waste locally by moving food forward to people in need.

    For more information about the program visit leonfruitandnutexchange.org

    The event is free! You can bring your own lunch or purchase a lunch catered by Taste Budz!

    Click HERE to order

    General Admission Lunch: $7 

    • Black beans and rice with a side of maduros (fried plantains) and cole slaw

    OR

    • Hummus with veggies for dipping, pita triangles and cole slaw

    Students and Friends of ReThink Lunch: $5

    • Black beans and rice with a side of maduros (fried plantains) and cole slaw

    OR

    • Hummus with veggies for dipping, pita triangles and cole slaw
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  • North Florida Energy Whiz Olympics

    ReThink Energy Florida invites and encourages school classrooms and interested individuals to participate in Regional EnergyWhiz Olympics Expo on March 3, 2018. This event is a regional expo connected with the Energy Whiz Olympics conducted by the Florida Energy Center at the University of Central Florida. Energy Whiz is a forum for students to demonstrate their STEM knowledge and skills as they relate to energy topics—such as solar thermal, photovoltaics (PV) and hydrogen technology—through friendly competition.

    Junior Solar Sprints (Grades 3-8)

    In this competition, students will design and race model solar powered cars with teams of 2-4. Elementary and Middle School students will be competing separately. Medals will be awarded for race time, innovation in design, and best design.

    Solar Cook-Off (Grades 3-12)

    In this competition, students will design a solar cooker and develop a recipe to cook in it with teams of 2-6. Elementary, Middle, and High School students will be competing separately. Medals will be awarded for cooker design, culinary (recipe & taste) and WOW! -an award for the most creative overall.

    Volunteer and make a difference! Check out how you can get involved HERE.

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