Children and families were invited to explore the world of science Saturday afternoon.
UW-Superior held a science fair in the hopes to get people interested in chemistry, biology, physics, geology, zoology, and astronomy.
Science Fest offers children and their parents a chance to explore science together through demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Some participants for this year include Northwood's Women in Science, City of Superior Environmental Services Division of Public Works, Brule Fish Hatchery, and Jay Cooke State Park.
"I think a lot of kids think that science is boring, or scary or not something that they can understand. So we bring it down to their level, we make it something fun and interactive for the kids," said Co-President, Students of Science, Jessica Buelow.
It's become the largest student-organized event of the year.