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Special School Events

 Blue text  = Program offered at Science North

 Orange text  = Program offered at Dynamic Earth

 

 

Program Dates Grade Level Additional info
Science Innovation Olympics October 26, 2016 (French)
October 27, 2016 (English)
Grades
9-12
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NEW! Animal Kingdom Week November 14-18, 2016 Grades
2-6
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Canadian Dinosaur Week December 5-9, 2016 Grades
JK - 4
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Ultimate Structures January 16-27, 2017 Grades
1-3
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NEW! Canada’s Heritage Week February 6-10, 2017 Grades
1-8
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NEW! Health Week February 13-17, 2017 Grades
2-8
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NEW! Engineering Week March 20-24, 2017 Grades
3-8
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Unearthed Exhibition March 2, 2017 Grades
7-8
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Earth Week April 3-7, 2017 Grades
JK- 12
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Modern Mining & Technology Sudbury (MMTS) Week April 24-27, 2017 Grades
4 - 12
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NEW! Robotics Week May 8-12, 2017 Grades
4-10
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NEW! Butterflies & Gardening May 15-19, 2017 Grades
1-6
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  • Big Nickel

    Discover Sudbury Field Trip Grades 4–12

    September 2016 and April – June 2017 only

    1.85 billion years ago, a meteorite struck our region creating a structure now known as the Sudbury Impact Structure. On the Discover Sudbury bus tour, participants will walk through time to see how this 10 km-wide meteorite has shaped our landscape! This 2-hour guided tour explores the stories buried in the rocks under our feet, showcases various geological and historical mining sites, and highlights how the local geology and mining has shaped Greater Sudbury. Make sure to download the Discover Sudbury GPS-enabled smart phone app to accompany you on the tour!

    You provide the bus; our scientist leads your tour! Registration is $200 plus applicable taxes.

    For questions about the experience, contact Jennifer Beaudry at 705.522.3701 ext.407