March for Science Livermore


The March for Science

What's your attitude to science? Do you still consider it the most boring subject in school? If yes, you have to join the scientific initiatives to attend webinars and participate in various events devoted to current world problems. You'll learn a lot of valuable information about the world surrounding you. Be ready that some facts you'll know will greatly surprise you. It'll be a valuable source of information you can use everywhere, even studying. We know that many students prefer to order academic assistance, and if you belong to them, try using BestCustomWriting. This one is an example of a reliable custom writing website, so it's your chance if you've never tried to order an assignment online. Visit the website to get a promo code for a discount, place an order in a few clicks, and enjoy the free time you get. If you still are afraid to trust your academic performance to us, check the number of satisfied clients, and you'll be greatly surprised.

We believe science builds community. It expands the community of thought. Grows the historical and agricultural roots of the community. And builds and sustains the economic growth and development of the community. 

Livermore is home to two national laboratories: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia. Our community has deep roots in science from the chemistry of wine making to computer science.

Our community exists and will continue to grow because of science. 

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Dr. Kim Budil, Ms Jessica Carroll, Ms. Dona Crawford, Dr. Jay Davis, Mayor John Marchand, Mr. Tim Sbranti, Mr. Sanjay Subramanian

2:00 PM | MARCH

1 Mile loop beginning and Ending at Livermore High School


EXpo style fair featuring hands on science activities for all ages and live music

4:00 PM | CLOSE





Our route begins and ends at Livermore High School.

Activities will begin on the football field.

Click here for directions.

You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.
— Jane Goodall