Festival is suspended – uncompleted activities will be rescheduled for later in the year
For children and families :
- Visits to 14 local Primary schools throughout the month with individual hands-on sessions on forces and energy called “Feel the force”.
- The drop-in family Science Festivals run by Cromar Future Group (completed) are on :
- the 7th March in Towie Hall on Donside
- the 8th March at the MacRobert Hall, Tarland
- Both are 10 – 4 and feature the ever popular MadLabs
- The Deeside Gliding Club will be hosting sessions on the Science of Flight which include a EuroFOX aircraft, flying a gliding simulator, a tour of the hangar and building & flying a balsa wood model glider. All on Saturday, 21st March. Booking required. Age 8 and above.
- Everything Electronic Youth Club will be hosting a Scratch Coding Hackathon on 29th March at the MacRobert Hall, Tarland with the help of Robert Gordon University. Booking required. Age 8 and above.
For adults :
- The James Hutton Institute are hosting the second of our Climate Change talks (Completed) (for adults), focusing on local water management on 27th February in the MacRobert Hall and visiting Aboyne Academy in the afternoon.
- POSTPONED : An open afternoon of local properties fitted with renewable technologies hosted by CFG with the Tarland Climate Change Group is on Sunday 15th March, 1-5 pm. We are sorry to announce that we are postponing this event due to the conronavirus outbreak. We shall be holding it once this is possible, and currently we are targeting the autumn. In the meantime, if we can give you any help by phone, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
All activities are free. Some require booking.
Many thanks to the Rotary Club of Aboyne and Upper Deeside and the Jennie S. Gordon Foundation for sponsoring our Festival, and to the James Hutton Institute and the Robert Gordon University for their participation.
Enquiries to : email@example.com
This year’s hares provided by Jacob Day from our Everything Electronic youth club