Fall in southern Florida is festival season: when the weather stops being oppressively hot and 70 degrees is positively autumnal. On Saturday, Oct. 22, armored with jackets and hot coffee to ward off a gusty breeze, parents were out early with their children, exploring several dozen tents loaded with activities, displays and hands-on enticements. They’d come to check out a relatively young but already eagerly anticipated tradition now in its third year here: the Indian River Lagoon Science Festival.

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