CMC offers hands-on science exploration workshops for children, parents
Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs is offering one more in a series of workshops that open up a venue for children (fourth grade and above) and their parents to explore science together. Workshops will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-2:30 p.m. in two week increments (four sessions per workshop).
Parent-child teams will learn and apply science and math concepts while engaged in hands-on activities. The final workshop is building and racing solar cars (July 11-20).
The workshops will be held at the college’s Glenwood Center at 1402 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs.
Space is limited so early registration is advised. The workshop is $60 per adult-child team. The child can be accompanied by an adult or an older sibling. Adult-child teams may register at CMC in Glenwood Springs, or by calling 945-7486.
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