Honor Hispanic Heritage Month! Threading Things
Join us as we learn about Hispanic and Latino Americans who have made important contributions to the fields of science, math, and art.
In today’s program, we will tinker about with beads, yarn, buttons, and other items that can be threaded, strung, looped, and laced as we learn about Hispanic designers and seamstresses such as Mimi Goodwin.
Join us as we tinker about with straws, beads, colored pasta, and other items that can be tread, strung, looped, and laced.
Design an artwork or engineer an invention.
The possibilities are endless!
The Tinker Tuesday program series nurtures creativity, problem-solving, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) concepts through experimentation, design, and invention.
Enjoy this program and more at the all-NEW Discovery Museum!
In our new, 16,000sf building we’ve re-created the best hands-on STEAM exhibits from our original two museums—for little kids, big kids, and their grownups—and added many exciting new ones, including water, air, making/tinkering, and more!
Free with Museum admission
177 Main Street, Acton, MA, 01720 map
Take Exit 45B (old exit number 29B) onto Route 2 West toward Acton/Fitchburg. Follow Route 2 West for about 10 miles to the Concord rotary, and take the third exit off the rotary. Continue on Route 2 West for about 2 miles. Bear left at Exit 118 (old exit number 43) for Route 111. At the lights, turn left onto Route 27 South. The museum is 1/2 mile ahead on your left.
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