Children'S Museum of Wilmington Hosting Nc Science Festival on Saturday


credit: NN Gov

Kids in Wilmington, North Carolina, can celebrate the state's annual science festival with a decidedly 21st-century twist.

The Children's Museum of Wilmington is hosting an event on Saturday focused on technology and innovation, WWAY reports.

Activities for kids will include engineering abot, creating binary code bracelets, and going under the sea through virtual reality.

Special guests will include geologists and engineers from Geosyntec, engineers from North American Young Generation in Nuclear, and a real robot from UNC Chapel Hill Computer Science Department.

Tickets are $5 for members and $15 for non-members. Read the Entire Article


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