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2019 Science Fair

2019 Annual Science Fair

Are you a budding scientist who can’t wait to show your experiments to the world? Or are you simply interested in how things work? Then explore your inner scientist and put together an award winning experiment you can showcase at the Annual Science Fair Competition. Students from Grades 3 to 8 are eligible.

Showcase your best experiment for a chance to win. Drop in to find out more at our how-to session on Friday, February 1st at 6:30 pm.
Registration for the competition closes February 15th.

Categories: Medals will be awarded to the top three winners in each category.
Primary: Grade 3 & 4
Junior: Grade 5 & 6
Intermediate: Grade 7 & 8
Senior: Grade 9 -12
2019 Science Fair Application Form
Once the application form is completed, please send it directly to Jennie Fallis at [email protected]


Important Details:
2019 Annual Science Fair How To Session
How-to Session:
Pickering Central Library
Friday, February 1st
6:30 pm-7:30 pm
Pickering Public Library - Central Library




2019 Annual Science Fair

2019 Annual Science Fair:
Ajax Public Library
Saturday, March 2nd
10 am to 3 pm
Main Branch


Annual Science Fair Competition Day Itinerary:
• 9-10am: All load in projects
• 10am-11am: Viewing of all projects
• 11am-12 noon: Primary & Junior Judging & awards presentation
• 12-2pm: Pizza Lunch & Special Science Guest
• 2-3pm: Senior & Intermediate judging & awards presentation
• 3-4pm: Clean Up & Takedown

Project Requirements
1. Project display must not exceed 4 ft. wide by 2 ft. deep.
2. Demonstrations must be done by the participant (not public).
3. Projects requiring power must be portable so they can be moved to the “Power Station” during judging.
4. Students should use a three sided display board
5. Include a brief written description of your project that outlines your project’s:
• Title
• Purpose
• Description of procedures
• Results
• Conclusions

Safety Rules
1. No open flames.
2. Toxic, flammable, or dangerous chemicals are prohibited.
3. Use as low a voltage as possible (no more than 9 volts).
4. At the end of the viewing period, all electrical exhibits should be disconnected.
5. X-Ray or Radiation-producing equipment is prohibited.
6. Living creatures are prohibited.
7. Photos/video can be used to demonstrate experiment. Ensure that you are present in all photographs.

This program is presented at the Ajax Public Library LogoAjax Public Library, in partnership with the Pickering Public Library and the Academic & Fine Arts of Durham.