SANDPOINT — The Panida Theater is launching a new educational series, “Science on Saturday” with the first event set for this weekend.
Sponsored by Daher, Science on Saturday features four guest speakers from the University of Idaho. Admission is free.
Presenters will cover a multitude of topics from soil ecology to watershed’s ecosystem with the target audience middle to high school students.
“This program is a fun and dynamic way to engage Sandpoint’s youth while fulfilling our mission statement,” Veronica Knowlton, Panida managing director, said. “I grew up attending Science on Saturdays in my hometown, leading me to declare my first major in chemistry. I’m delighted at the opportunity to inspire Bonner County’s next generation of creative thinkers.”
The series kicks off this Saturday, Oct. 15 with Mike Strickland presenting soil ecology. Strickland’s reputation as an engaging presenter focusing on the interface between soil and microbial ecology, guests will leave with a better understanding of how it’s more than just fun to play in dirt.
Science on Saturday starts at 10 a.m. at the Panida Theater. Admission is free, seating is first come, first serve.
For more information and the full speaking series, go online to panida.org.