Radio Museum hosts Saturday workshops
Posted on October 23, 2006
Explore The Mysteries of Magnetism, The Shocking World of Static Electricity, Discovering Resonance and Sound Waves, and How to Build a Crystal Radio.
The museum is at 1312 Bay St., Bellingham WA 98225. For details, call 738-3886 or visit www.amre.us
Looks like a great way to get new hobbyists involved, is there an organization like this where you live?
And from the museum:
Basic science everyone should know!
The American Museum of Radio and Electricity presents
Join us every Saturday at 1 p.m. for a series of fascinating hands-on workshops, lectures and demonstrations.
Mysteries of Magnetism & Electromagnetism,
The Shocking World of Static Electricity,
Circuits, Resonance & Vibration,
Radio Waves, Motors & Generators,
Great Inventors, and Their Discoveries and much more!
For kids 8 and older. No previous experience necessary.
Admission is $10, Museum Members $5
All materials are provided.
All workshops include a special tour of the Museum highlighting related artifacts from our unmatched collection.
To know this science is to love it, and there’s no better place to get it than right here at the American Museum of Radio and Electricity.
*All workshops listed above are taught at the Museum, and can be modified and presented off-sight to schools and meeting places (i.e.YMCA, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, community organizations, etc.)
Contact AMRE at 360.738.3886 for further details. The museum is at 1312 Bay St., Bellingham WA 98225. For details, call 738-3886 or visit www.amre.us