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The Lawrence Hall of Science may be closer than you think! From Maker faires to community festivals, from family math nights to events at the library, discover the Hall’s science enrichment and fun right in your neighborhood and community.

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East Bay Academy for Young Scientists (EBAYS)

The East Bay Academy for Young Scientists works to develop critical thinking skills through scientific research and exploration within low-income communities in the Bay Area, California.

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TechHive

Learn by designing and making technology-based exhibits and demonstrations, using a range of digital media, art materials, and fabrication tools. TechHive teen interns design and facilitate projects for peers, the visiting public, member events, and classes both at the Hall and in the community.

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Science in the Library

Find out how you can be part of science programs made possible through our partnership with local libraries.

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Community Events

Find out more about upcoming community events that feature the Hall's programs, activities, and exhibits.

National Girls Collaborative Project

CalGirlS’ Convening Organization Moving to Children’s Creativity Museum

The convening organization for the California Girls in STEM Collaborative Project (CalGirlS) is transitioning from the Lawrence Hall of Science to the Children’s Creativity Museum. The Hall has been honored to be the collaborative lead with the National Girls Collaborative Project as its California affiliate — CalGirlS.

Read the CalGirlS full media alert regarding the transition.