Richmond Beach Library hosts STEM classes for children from the Museum of Flight

Sunday, July 7, 2024

Richmond Beach Library 19601 21st Ave NW 98177 206-546-3522

All programs require registration

Monday July 22, 11am
For ages 5-7 with adult

Participants learn the basic physics involved in launching rockets as well as the fundamental shapes and design of a rocket. Participants will design and launch small rockets using Alka-Seltzer as their fuel.

Suited For Space
Wednesday July 31, 2pm
For Ages: 9 to 13

Participants learn about the dangers of the vacuum of space by investigating how low-pressure environments affect the human body. Using household materials, students will design spacesuits for a marshmallow astronaut, and test their design in a vacuum chamber.

Crafting an Aircraft
Wednesday August 14, 1pm
For ages 8 - 13

Did you know that a Boeing 747 is made up of around 6 million parts made of all types of materials? Join us for a fun, interactive investigation into the many ways engineers make and build old and new flying machines.


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