This Saturday (Nov. 12) from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Lubbock's Science Spectrum will host their Taste of Science event.

As per their Facebook event page:

Come hungry for science! Explore the science behind the food we eat! Join the Science Spectrum, South Plains Food Bank, and Texas Tech Department of Food Science & Nutrition, for FREE hands-on food science activities. Enjoy samples from some of your favorite local businesses and live cooking and food science demonstrations! This event is FREE to the public and located in the Lobby and Exhibit Hall.

LIVE Cooking & Food Science Shows: 10:20am, 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm & 3:00pm

Taste of Science Activities:
Make Butter!
Meet Local Farmers Market & Food Businesses
Astronaut Food
Try Fried Bugs & Cricket Cookies
Play Life Size Hungry, Hungry Hippos!
Nutrition Games
NEW! Farm Petting Zoo*
NEW! Bucking Cow Train Rides*

Taste of Science activities are FREE to the Public and Located in the Exhibit Hall and Lobby. *Vendor purchases and Bucking Cow Train Rides are not included.


Mmmm...fresh butter sounds amazing. And since a stunning less than 3 percent of Americans live a healthy lifestyle, teaching our kids (and ourselves) some good science about healthful eating may be the best way we could spend a Saturday.

The Science Spectrum is located at 2579 S Loop 289 #250.

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