February 26, 2016
Museum Lab Program for School-Age Kids Explores Water Purification
BISMARCK –Children in grades K-12 can now be registered for “Museum Lab: Good Clean Fun” on March 5 at 10:30 a.m. or at 1:30 p.m. at the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum in Bismarck. This free program will explore methods and materials for filtering and purifying water. Students will learn survival skills and get a chance to build their own filter system.
Museum Lab—part science lab, part DIY garage—connects science, technology, art, and history with everyday experiences in an atmosphere of experimentation. Students explore how historians use real-world problems and authentic objects to anchor modern issues in a historical context. They will learn how historians, scientists, and artists work together to spark new ideas and deepen their understanding of content.
Sponsored by the State Historical Society of North Dakota, future “Museum Lab” programs will explore several topics including leather-making projects, gardening, and plants and animals of North Dakota.
Register at museumed.eventbrite.com. For more information, or to discuss any allergy or accessibility concerns, contact Danielle "Dani" Stuckle at email@example.com or 701.328.2794. Find more upcoming programs of the State Historical Society of North Dakota at history.nd.gov.
Danielle Stuckle, 701.328.2794
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