Event


Parent & Child Space Day


SCIENCE 1150, Course Code: 8132
Join the Challenger Learning Center for a Space-tacular adventure as we explore all things outer space. Learn about rockets, our Solar System and beyond through fun hands-on activities! First, we take a journey through the Solar System and learn about the nine, correction, eight planets. Back on the ground, we explore past, present and future NASA missions and find out what these missions have taught us about the universe. For our grand finale we investigate the principles of rocketry and launch our own rockets. This program is open to students ages 5-10. Parents, or guardian must attend with child(ren). Both child and adult will need to register for this class. Cost includes all supplies.

Course Fee:
$30.00, per parent/child pair

# of Sessions:
1

Dates:
5/6/17

Meeting:
Saturday from 9:00AM to 12:00PM

Date/Time

Saturday, May 6, 2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost: $30 per parent/child pair

Location

Heartland Community College, ACEC RM 1200 1500 W Raab Rd Normal IL 61761 3092688160
http://www.heartland.edu

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