Join the Challenger Learning Center in celebration of its 15-year anniversary! This celebration is a community event for all ages, and includes simulated space missions, drone demonstrations, hands-on activities for kids and a screening of the film Earthrise. Admission also includes lunch! Visitors will also see the winners and entries of the Center's logo design competition and rocket design competition.
Cost is $5 per person in advance, $7 at the door and includes all activities and lunch! Activities will take place at the Challenger Learning Center and McCluer South-Berkeley High School next door to the Center. Parking is free.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Challenger Learning Center in Ferguson.
More information: challengerstl.org/clc15
Learn more about the Challenger Learning Center and its 15-year mission in our Feature Story
The Challenger Learning Center offers simulated space missions and other science education programs for schools, scouts, corporations and the general public. The Challenger Center-St. Louis is a partnership of the Ferguson-Florissant School District, Saint Louis Science Center and EducationPlus. The Center is part of the Challenger Center for Space Science Education, an international not-for-profit education organization found in April 1986 by the families of the astronauts tragically lost during the Challenger space shuttle mission.
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