Somehow I've managed to not post about the huge Bay Area Science Festival that's going on (there's still time to experience it). But at least I'll post about the finale, this Saturday, November 3rd from 11-4.
With the Giants World Series win (yay Giants!) it's extra exciting to finish up the festival at AT&T Park. This is the largest educational event in the Bay Area and it's free and open to the public.
There will be more than 200 interactive demonstrations, games and exhibits, as well as your chance to run the bases and checkout the dug outs. That and science - very cool. Exhibits include Chevron's STEM Zone, where you'll see a whole whale skeleton on display and a 25 foot blow-up replica of a human cell. I know, that's high on your list. So wear your Giants colors and come for a fun day.