Led by scientist and educator Dr. Leonisa Ardizzone, this program encourages kids to ask questions, form hypotheses and dig for answers through hands-on activities. Storefront scientists of years past have examined cells, atoms and the building blocks of life (“Too Small to See”), explored Gotham’s unique ecology (“Urban Naturalist”) and designed and built kinetic art, making machines that move, including robots (“Tinker Time”). The Upper West Side location is TBA, check the website for details. Ages 3–12.
|Venue name:||Storefront Science||Contact:|
728 W 181st St
|Cross street:||between Bennett Ave and Magaw Pl|
|Opening hours:||July 20–Aug 14, Mon–Fri 9am–4pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A to 181st St|
|Price:||Weekly for full day $600, weekly for half day $350.|