There will be a two-day science festival from 9:30am to 4pm on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8 at Tsukuba Capio (Takezono 1-10-1, 029-851-2886). This event promises to be fun for people of all ages. There are lots of things to make, touch, and see, so it will be a fun day for you and your children. There will also be an exhibit on the South Pole featuring a number of researchers who have spent time in Antarctica. There will be pictures and videos of Antarctica and you will have a chance to ask the researchers about their time at the South Pole.
See this page to get an image of the event: http://www.gakusyu.pref.ibaraki.jp/manabipia/area/tsukuba_area.htm
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