Family Science Night is Friday in Basalt |

Family Science Night is Friday in Basalt

Basalt Middle School and the John McConnell Math and Science center are hosting an evening of hands-on forensics and science discovery Friday night from 6 to 8 p.m.

All interested students in grades 4 through 8 in the Roaring Fork Valley are encouraged to join in on the fun that includes hands-on explorations of forensics science such as DNA analysis, glo germs, ballistics, chromatography, lie detection, finger printing, foot/height and boot prints, crime scene scavenger hunt, computer forensics, crime scene investigation, computer hacking, fiber analysis and Zometools.

Participation costs $10 per student; parents can attend free.

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Contact Allison Johnson at the above email address or call 970-309-5485 for more information.

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