Father’s Day at the Science Museum
- by KitchenPantryScientist
I just got this email from the Science Museum of Minnesota and thought I’d share it with you. It sounds like a great way to spend Father’s Day!
Father’s Day – Sunday, June 20, 2010 – 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
at the Science Museum of Minnesota
Make: Day at the Science Museum is this Father’s Day—Sunday, June 20, 2010. Mark your calendars for the chance to meet with an astounding group of local engineers, artists, tinkerers, and inventors. They’ve been hard at work, and now they want to share their DIY creations with you.
Presentations to see, hear, and interact with include:
- A 3D Printer that makes plastic models from computer designs right before your eyes
- A potential Guinness World Record-breaking attempt using kinetic gadgets
- Musical performances by experimental musicians using custom-built instruments
- A bicycle ride across a suspended cable
- Plus a whole lot more!
You’ll have the opportunity to meet with the makers, ask them about their inventions, and learn about ways that you can get involved with local making communities. Presentations will be located throughout the museum’s exhibit galleries. The event is included with regular museum admission.
Dads get in free to Make: Day!
Make: Day is a great way to celebrate Father’s Day with the whole family. With all the amazing DIY presentations, there’s sure to be something for everyone. And don’t forget to take advantage of the incredible opportunity for dads to get in free with the Make: Day Father’s Day coupon. Just print it out and present it at the box office along with any full-price ticket purchase. The free admission is good for any exhibit combination, including the Omnitheater and The Dead Sea Scrolls. So bring your DIY (or not-so-DIY) dad down and see what’s being made!