Math Festival!

The UK Julia Robinson Math Festival

Sponsored by the University of Kentucky Department of Mathematics and held at the Central Public Library in Lexington, KY.



What does math have to do with soap bubbles?


Soap bubble image by Alexas_Fotos (Pixabay)

What does math have to do with magic?


Magic photo by Margaret Readdy

What does math have to do with Conway's game of Rational Tangles?



Rational tangles photo by Tom Davis

What does math have to do with secret messages?

Can you read the secret message at the left?

(Hint: Read in a different direction!)



Learn more at the UK Julia Robinson Math Festival!

When: Saturday, November 23rd, 9:30 am-noon

Where: Lexington Central Public Library

140 East Main Street, Lexington KY

Room: 2nd Floor Atrium


This fun and interactive math festival is free and open to kids, teens and adults ages 6 and up.

This event is run by Professor Richard Ehrenborg and Professor Margaret Readdy and students from the University of Kentucky Department of Mathematics.


Public Parking is available in the parking deck attached to the library.



U Kentucky Math Department: math.as.uky.edu


For more information, contact Prof. Margaret Readdy margaret.readdy@uky.edu or julia.robinson.uky@gmail.com