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Getting Under the Surface, or GUTS, is a science program for first- through sixth-grade children and their parents or grandparents that is sponsored by the College of Sciences and Mathematics’ Office of Outreach. Each GUTS session includes snacks, followed by a 90-minute, hands-on science activity involving a “Getting Under the Surface” theme. The spring GUTS program takes place Thursday, March 23, from 6-8 p.m., and Thursday, April 6, from 6-8 p.m. The March program has a spring and environmental science theme, and includes courses like “The Tinged, Singed Woods” and “Tropical Takeover” for children in first through third grades, as well as “Bug Wars” and “Spring Fling” for children in fourth through sixth grades. The April program has a health theme and includes “Germ Wars” and “Atomic Automations” for children in first through third grades, and “Battle of the Bones” and “Medical Dash” for children in fourth through sixth grades. The cost to participate is $10 per parent/child pair. Registration is now open, and there are a few slots remaining. To register complete a registration form online. For more information, contact Josh King at josh.king@auburn.edu.