Summer Classes at Hands On!

Hands On! A Child's Gallery

Come play and learn this summer at Hands On!, the children's museum in downtown Hendersonville, by joining them for a summer class. Our series of summer classes are STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) inspired. Registration is required and spaces are limited. Please call 697-8333 to register. Visit their website, www.handsonwnc.org, to view the entire list of classes. Classes offered this week:

Wed. 8/10 1:00-5:00 pm. Train Like an Astronaut! (Ages 7-11) Explore space exploration and real procedures astronauts use to travel in space. $40 non-members/$30 members.

Thurs. 8/11 1:00-5:00 pm. Think and Train like a Scientist! (Ages 7-11) Join Drs. Beaker and Bunson as we observe, predict, collect data, control variables and work with scientific equipment. $40 non-members/$30 members. Sponsored by Drs. Alison & Richard Reid, Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics.

Fri. 8/12 10:30-12:00. Royal Tea Party (Ages 3-6) Princes and princesses are invited to a Royal Tea Party. Create a crown, learn tea party manners, participate in a royal parade, and enjoy tea with the king and queen. Must be potty trained to attend w/o adult; younger can attend accompanied by an adult. $20 non-members/$15 members.

The mission of Hands On! is to provide "hands on" educational experiences that stimulate the imagination and motivate learning in a fun, safe environment. For additional information about their educational programs and facility, please visit their website at www.handsonwnc.org or call 828-697-8333.

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  • Hands On! A Child's Gallery
  • 318 N. Main Street
  • Hendersonville, NC 28792

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