Lafayette, Colorado – Calling all girls! Join WOW! Children’s Museum for How to Be a Scientist, our 3rd annual celebration of Girls in Science on Saturday, March 13 at 4:00pm. During this live virtual Zoom event, girls ages 3 and up will get to meet real female scientists and explore science activities at home with a hands-on kit! Girls will have the chance to connect with women from a variety of STEM careers, and interact along at home with special activities. Girls will also learn that they can be a scientist both as a future career and right now in their everyday lives!
Event: Virtual Girls in Science Night
Date: Saturday, March 13, 2021
Location: Live on Zoom
Special Guests* & Activities Include:
*Special guests subject to change.
Live Spanish translation will be available during the event. Every registered family will receive an activity kit to follow along and use during the event. Kits will be available for pick up curbside at WOW! Children’s Museum from March 10-13.
“Girls in Science is one of our favorite events of the year. We are so grateful to be able to host it virtually this year and keep this wonderful tradition alive! Girls of all ages need role models in the sciences, to help them discover the ways in which they are already young scientists and that they have bright futures ahead of them,” said Joanna Cagan, Executive Director, WOW! Children’s Museum.
Tickets & Registration:
Event tickets include access to the live event via Zoom and an activity kit to use at home during the event. Advance registration required.
Virtual Girls in Science Night has been made possible through the generous support of presenting sponsor, STROBE and supporting sponsors Xcel Energy and Donna Charlevoix & Glen Romine.
About WOW! Children’s Museum:
WOW! Children's Museum engages all families in educational, hands-on experiences that connect curiosity, creativity, and discovery. For more information visit: www.wowchildrensmuseum.org. Connect with WOW! Children’s Museum on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
WOW! Children’s Museum is a community supported 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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