What To Do In Sioux Falls? ‘No School STEAM Day’ at Washington Pavilion
Wondering what to do with your kids when there isn't school? Well, the Washington Pavilion may have the answer.
March 18th there is no school in Sioux Falls, but kids can still go somewhere to keep the learning going!
The Washington Pavilion is offering a 'No School STEAM Day'! STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and math. STEAM education promotes kids to use both their creative and logical skills. Children who attend can still have a productive and educational day full of fun!
In a press release, the Washington Pavilion describes the day's events, "No School STEAM Days give families the opportunity for an affordable day camp on Sioux Falls School District in-service days. Students will explore the Kirby Science Discovery Center and Visual Arts Center, watch a science-focused movie in the Wells Fargo CineDome and participate in an art lab and hand-on activities in partnership with Sanford Promise educators. Students will use different scientific techniques to visualize human cells and DNA, including extracting DNA from fruit and using microscopes to see cells."
'No School STEAM Day' still has space available for $25 per child. If cost is an issue, there are scholarships available.
For more information or to register, go online at WashingtonPavilion.org/
The Washington Pavilion is located at 301 S. Main Avenue.
The Washington Pavilion is also offering $1 memberships through the month of March. For more information, click here.
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