Registration open for Hands On! Children’s Museum summer classes

Press release from Hands On! Children’s Museum:

Come play and learn this summer at Hands On! Children’s Museum in downtown Hendersonville, by joining us for a summer class. Our series of summer classes are STEAM (Science,Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) inspired. Pre-registration is required and spaces are limited. Please visit our website, www.handsonwnc.org, to view the entire list of classes and to sign up. Classes offered the week of June 11th – 15th are:

Tues. 6/12 10:30-11:30 am Budding Artists! Class age: 3 years,
Inspire young artists to create art using different materials such as marbles, plants, and more! $25 non-members, $20 members. Students must be potty trained or attend with an adult.

Wed. 6/13 9:00 – 11:30 am. Crazy Chemistry: Don’t Try This At Home! Ages 4-6,
Explore the world of chemistry with hands-on experiments using kitchen chemicals and scientific equipment. Make elephant toothpaste, edible gummy worms, exploding liquids, slime, and much more! $60 non-members, $40 members. Playtime in museum and making our own snacks will be included.

Thurs. 6/14 12:00-4:00 pm Space,The Final Frontier! Ages 7-11.
Campers learn all about the bodies in our Solar System! From the Sun, which makes up most of the mass, all the way to the smallest micrometeorites. How long does it take to get to Pluto? Find out in this class! $80 non-members, $60 members. Campers are encouraged to bring their own snack.

The mission of Hands On! is to provide “hands on” educational experiences and science programs that stimulate the imagination and motivate learning in a fun, safe environment. For additional information about their educational programs and facility, please visit their website at www.handsonwnc.org or call 828-697-8333.

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