I guess you could consider this an (unpaid) endorsement!  UWS Students Of Science are hosting their annual Science Night and (especially if you have young kids) you might want to consider attending.

The event - which happens in both Swenson and Barstow Halls on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Superior - is happening on a Saturday afternoon this year - from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM on April 8.  If you've never been there before, there's plenty of reasons for you to check it out.

During the free event, science students and faculty open up the doors to their classrooms and present interactive experiments and displays that kids (and adults!) will find interesting.  Even if you're not overly-interested in science, there's a lot of variety of subject material that will keep your interests.  The organizers let kids get involved and some of the displays offer take-home items.

There's also a keynote presentation happening:  Al's Science Magic - a program with start times of 2:30 PM and 4:00 PM.

My family has attended this event for the past few years and I can attest that it's worth your time.  If you have kids, they'll have a blast and you (the parents) will probably have a good time, too!