Destination Chicago Recap

Scientists for Tomorrow (SfT) would like to thank everyone who participated at the Destination Chicago Festival. More than 400 people came to the festival held at the DePaul Center. There were raffles, art activities and workshops provided by informal science education venues. The Scientists for Tomorrow, 3,2,1 Go!!!  Balloon Powered Kart  workshop had more than 40 participants per session. SfT also gave the parents and teens the option of soldering and making name plates out of copper.

Thank you to SfT’s community partners who came to the event. It was great to see many of the coordinators and families from Richard Edwards Elementary,  Rosario Castellanos Elementary, Maria Saucedo Scholastic Academy, Mount Vernon Elementary School and John C. Burroughs Elementary School participate at Destination Chicago. We hope to see many of you participate in future events.

 

 

Chicago Destination Festival-STEM Workshop Event

Scientists for Tomorrow and HIVE Chicago Learning Network partnered up to present at the Chicago City of Learning: Destination Chicago festival ( A festival of Doing and Making for all ages). The event will take place January 18, 2014, from 11:00am until 4:00pm at the DePaul Center- 1 East Jackson Blvd. The event is free and open to the public of all ages.

There will be workshops, and interactive hands on activities presented by many organizations such as The Adler Planetarium, The Art Institute of ChicagoPeggy Notebaert Nature Museum and many more.

Participants will also have the chance to win prizes such as event tickets and Ipad Minis, if they fulfill any of the three Winter Adventure Passport Activities. Passports are available online at http://explorechi.org/winter-passport-chicago.html or at a local library. 

Visit Explore Chicago for more information.
http://explorechi.org/destination-chicago.html

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