Get ready to measure your fun at the Mad Science Day.
This free family event is from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at the Missouri River Regional Library, 214 Adams St. in Jefferson City.
There will be STEM-related activities to join along with a show from Mad Science of St. Louis. The Fire and Ice show, which is at 11 a.m. in the Art Gallery, will have fun thrills using foggy dry ice, a demonstration of giant beach balls floating in the air, scissors that sizzle and shiver, and special bubble showers.
Mad Science of St. Louis is a science provider that deliver hands-on experiences for children with after-school programs, summer camps, events and parties. Its mission is to inspire children to work with science experiments and help grow their imagination and curiosity. For more information about Mad Science of St. Louis, visit stlouis.madscience.org.
Treats and snacks will also be available, along with themed goody bags for the children, and event-goers can enter a raffle to win a STEM activity kit and more.
This scientific event is hosted by Central Missouri Foster Care and Adoption Association partnering with Missouri River Regional Library. CMFCAA is a nonprofit agency formed in 2007 that provides education and support for foster care and adoptive individuals and families in Central Missouri.