Leonardo da Vinci was a notable Renaissance inventor and artist who created such masterpieces as the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Celebrate da Vinci’s incredible contributions through a day of activities, different interactive stations and Renaissance music. At the model station, kids are introduced to some of da Vinci’s exceptional inventions with models of his sketches. Tech-savvy little ones can head to the iPad station where they’ll play with apps relating to the famous painter or check out the 3D printing station where da Vinci’s sketches get the 3D treatment. At 10am and 11am, kids ages 6 to 12 can join in on the science spectacular where they’ll make use of the principles of flight by making gliders, paper airplanes and soda straw rockets ($16) and at 1:30pm kids ages 4 and up can work on an art project incorporating da Vinci’s sketches of flight machines to design their own machine using balsa wood and cardboard ($5). All ages.