Project Exploration hosted an “Afternoon Tea” at the Garfield Park Conservatory on Sunday, October 13, 2013 to introduce–or reintroduce–its guests to PE and its ongoing service to the community that provides meaningful, hands-on, personalized experiences that connect students with scientists. The guests received a “passport” to tour four different science stations which let them engage in feats of engineering, forensics and making moon craters, including who could build the tallest structure out of spaghetti, a marshmallow and some string and tape! They also enjoyed the premiere of the video produced by and starring Project Exploration’s students featuring their forensics, environmental engineering, and paleontology program from last summer.
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