Kids out of school on Monday Join us Explore the innovation process

Kids out of school on Monday? Join us! Explore the innovation process of life-changing technologies in Innovations in Healthcare, or learn to make sustainable building materials in our Mushroom Bricks activity. Environmental superstars are invited to try our Trash Grabbers activity — design a device to clean up our city! We’re open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. #MLKDay2017
Kids out of school on Monday Join us Explore the innovation process
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