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We are Thankful!

Posted by John Chamberlain on November 23, 2016 in Uncategorized No Comments

This is the season for reflecting on and sharing your thanks with family and friends. At Discovery Museum, we are thankful for the look of wonder and the spark of excitement that flash across young learners’ faces when they are engaged in a fun activity, building, making, exploring, and understanding the world around them. On

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A Fun Fall at Discovery

Posted by Alex Cannon on November 7, 2016 in Uncategorized No Comments

Thanks to all who joined us for a host of fun events this fall! Starting on October 1st, Discovery hosted a series of special events, including: October 1: Explore! Innovate! Play! – a #FREEday of fun hands-on STEM learning fun at the Museum featuring volunteers and free books with Pitney Bowes, Pitney Bowes Foundation, and

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Around the World in a Solar Plane

Posted by Alex Cannon on June 27, 2016 in Cool STEM Stuff News No Comments

Swiss psychiatrist and balloonist Bertrand Piccard is currently flying a solar-powered plane across the Atlantic as part of his attempt to complete the first flight around the world (that’s 22,000 miles!) in a solar-powered plane. What is Solar-Powered? When we talk about something that is solar-powered, we are referring to something that is powered either

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