OGDEN -- The fifth annual Science in the Parks program for children begins Monday.
"It's to reach out to the community, kids in particular, to show them that science is something that they can do every day, at home in the kitchen or out on the playground," said Adam Johnston, Weber State University physics professor and program founder.
The themed program will feature free activities between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. weekdays at various Ogden parks.
* Lorin Farr Park, 769 Canyon Road, June 13 through 17
* Liberty Park, 751 21st St., June 20 through 24
* Monroe Park, 850 30th St., June 27 through July 1
* Jaycee Park, 2465 Fillmore Ave., July 5 through 8
* West Ogden Park, 751 W. 24th St., July 11 through 15
* Marshall White Park, 222 28th St., July 18 through 22
Science in the Parks is sponsored by Weber State's Ott Planetarium and Center for Science and Math Education, the Ogden School District, Weber County RAMP and the Utah Families Foundation. For additional information, visit www.community.weber.edu/ottreach.