This weekend, March 28-29, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History will host iMake Maker Fest, a celebration of invention, creativity and resourcefulness. Regular Museum admission gets you entry into all the great activities. Here are some of the experiences planned:
Local Makers: Check out the inventive, creative and resourceful Makers in the Inventor Studio.
Spin Art: Create artistic patterns with simple circuits.
Cardboard Constructions: Design and craft your very own cardboard creation.
Bling it!: Design wearable art.
Just for Educators: Stop by our Teacher’s Lounge on Saturday from 10 am – 2 pm.
3D Printers: Hot-glue guns on steroids.
Electronics Dissection: You never know what you will find inside broken electronics.
Kinetic Light Sculptures: Explore light, shadow, and motion using simple materials and light sources.
Chain Reactions: Construct a Rube Goldberg inspired contraption from everyday materials and found objects with other museum guests.
Operation Catapult: Build a catapult at home or at the museum and join us in the Atrium Saturday at 1:30 for a group launch.
Stellar Creations: Come make your own constellations with Noble Planetarium staff
Museum admission is $15 for adults, $11 for kids 2-12 and $13 for seniors 65 and up. Kids under 2 are free.
The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is at 1600 Gendy St.
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