On December 19th, my colleagues and I held our first Night of Science for the community. We had over 70 visitors. Kids learned about the human body, made microbial handprints, looked at cells, rocks, shells, and pearls under microscopes, saw demonstrations of how a stream flows, an electron microscope and an Anatomage table, saw how solar energy works, learned some neat math tricks, projected balls across a room, and even separated chemicals using common tools. It was a great night. We will be doing it again in the Spring.