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Rockin’ Robots

Beep, boop, beeeeep! Learn to code real robots on Saturday, August 31 at 10:30 and 1:30 at Kansas Children’s Discovery Center. These fun, engaging robots can learn to drive, deliver messages and overcome obstacles with help of child programmers.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and KCDC members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Rockin’ Robots

Beep, boop, beeeeep! Learn to code real robots on Saturday, August 31 at 10:30 and 1:30 at Kansas Children’s Discovery Center. These fun, engaging robots can learn to drive, deliver messages and overcome obstacles with help of child programmers.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and KCDC members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Rockin’ Ramps

Children exploring ramps can learn about gravity, friction and physics through play. Join us for rockin’ ramps on Saturday, August 24 at 10:30 and 1:30 at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and KCDC members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Rockin’ Ramps

Children exploring ramps can learn about gravity, friction and physics through play. Join us for rockin’ ramps on Saturday, August 24 at 10:30 and 1:30 at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and KCDC members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Bubble Engineering

What is the best tool to make a bubble? Plan, design, build and test a bubble tool on Saturday, August 17 at 10:30 and 1:30 at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and KCDC members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Bubble Engineering

What is the best tool to make a bubble? Plan, design, build and test a bubble tool on Saturday, August 17 at 10:30 and 1:30 at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and KCDC members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Fun with Forces: Water Rocket

We launched our space exhibit in June, but what goes up must come down! Join us for the end of Discovery Space with a water rocket launch on Wednesday, August 14 at 1:30. This program is a part of the final day of Discovery Space, an out-of-this-world exhibit where you can climb aboard a rocket ship, contact mission control, dress up for a space race and learn about the science of space.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and Discovery Center members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Fun with Forces: Pendulum Art

A playground swing, a grandfather clock, a yo-yo: all everyday examples of the prodigious pendulum! Explore this fantastic science tool to create space-themed art on Tuesday, August 13 at 1:30 at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center. This program is a part of Discovery Space, an out-of-this-world exhibit where you can climb aboard a rocket ship, contact mission control, dress up for a space race and learn about the science of space at the Discovery Center through August 14.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and Discovery Center members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

 

Analyzing Craters with NASA Ambassador Brenda Culbertson

Craters help shape the lunar landscape. Come see how craters are made with NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador Brenda Culbertson on Friday, August 9 at 10:30 and 1:30 at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center.

NASA’s Solar System Ambassadors program works with motivated volunteers across the nation to share the latest science and discoveries of NASA’s missions through a variety of events that inspire their communities. Ambassador Brenda Culbertson is an advanced astronomer, instructor, author, photographer, and speaker. This program is a part of Discovery Space, an out-of-this-world exhibit where you can climb aboard a rocket ship, contact mission control, dress up for a space race and learn about the science of space at the Discovery Center through August 14.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and Discovery Center members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!

Analyzing Craters with NASA Ambassador Brenda Culbertson

Craters help shape the lunar landscape. Come see how craters are made with NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador Brenda Culbertson on Friday, August 9 at 10:30 and 1:30 at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center.

NASA’s Solar System Ambassadors program works with motivated volunteers across the nation to share the latest science and discoveries of NASA’s missions through a variety of events that inspire their communities. Ambassador Brenda Culbertson is an advanced astronomer, instructor, author, photographer, and speaker. This program is a part of Discovery Space, an out-of-this-world exhibit where you can climb aboard a rocket ship, contact mission control, dress up for a space race and learn about the science of space at the Discovery Center through August 14.

Regular admission applies, which is $7.75 for children and adults, $6.75 for seniors, and free for infants under 12 months and Discovery Center members. Admission also lets you play all day at the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center with over 15,000 square feet of indoor educational exhibits exploring science, careers, art, building and more, plus a 4.5 acre certified Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.

Check out https://kansasdiscovery.org/events-at-kcdc/ for more serious fun!