Free Family Fun Returns with Spooky Science on Saturday, October 13th

Looking for free fun for the whole family with an educational twist? Drop by Spooky Science Saturday, October 13th!

Join us again for this year’s free trick-or-treating event on Saturday, October 13th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of Kingman Museum, Leila Arboretum, and the Kaleidoscope Garden. Dozens of local community groups and organizations will have interactive science stations and take-home science experiments focused on S.T.E.M. – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

The event is aimed at children 6 to 12 years old, but whole families are welcome. A fun day for all, rain or shine. Don’t forget to dress up in your favorite costume! Admission is completely free! There will also be $1 hayrides through the Arboretum and a food truck on site.

Parking will be available at Northwestern Middle School, located at 176 Limit St. directly across from Kingman Museum, and the Kaleidoscope Garden, located at 928 W. Michigan Ave. At both entrances, we will be collecting diapers, wipes, and canned goods for the Parkway Manor Community Project. Donations are appreciated!

We would also like to thank the sponsors for Spooky Science Saturday: Kingman Museum, Leila Arboretum, Battle Creek Visitors Bureau, Chemical Bank, Calhoun Area Career Center, BlueOx Credit Union, Sylvan Learning, Advia Credit Union, and Scene Magazine.

For more information, visit Kingman Museum’s website at or visit the Spooky Science Saturday Facebook page.