The Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Science Fair (FLASF) is an annual event that provides an opportunity for Grades 5 to 12 students in the region to showcase their knowledge, talents and ingenuity in science, engineering and technology. The 45th Frontenac Lennox and Addington Science Fair, will be held on Thursday 31 March 2016 and Friday 1 April 2016 at McArthur Hall, Queen’s University.
FLASF is a community run, local competition where prizes, trophies, certificates and cash awards are given to students with what are judged to be the best projects. Approximately $15,000 in cash and travel awards to the Canada Wide Science Fair are given to the winning students each year. FLASF is an affiliate of Youth Science Canada, who manage the Canada Wide Science Fair.
If you are a student, parent, teacher, volunteer or just interested, please explore our website by clicking on the tabs at the top of the screen to find out more about FLASF and learn how you can participate in the fair.
Please note that you do not have to have competed in a school science fair to enter this regional science fair. Any student in the region can and is encouraged to participate!
STUDENTS: Please follow the link 'Students' to find out how to particpate in this year's fair.
Helping Saturdays We have two voluntary workshops on Saturday afternoons in January and February (see Schedule Page for dates and times) to give students an opportunity to get advice on their project and/or display. If you are interested, we will have Queen's University students and senior judges ready to help you with your project. If you are interested in attending either of these voluntary workshops, please pre-register before the deadline (see Schedule Page) at email@example.com. Bring whatever material you feel you need to get the best help possible. Please come with a parent or guardian who will stay with you for this one-on-one mentoring session.
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