On Sunday, June 26, children will be able to experience an exciting, engaging and even electrifying afternoon of science and sustainability. Winnekenni Castle, located at 347 Kenoza Ave in Haverhill, will be hosting “Catch the Science Bug,” a fun-filled afternoon for children grades 2-8 from noon to 2 p.m.
“Science Smorgasbord” is scheduled for 12 p.m. and will offer visual experiments on water, air and electricity. The importance of drinking water, understanding air pressure and a demonstration with a Van de Graaff generator will surely spark some interest! At 1:15 p.m., “Go Green” will educate students on the significance of recycling and the everyday steps that can make a positive impact on the environment. A “Footprint Jeopardy Game” will quiz the children on what they can do to make the world a better, more efficient place to be.
To attend the “Catch the Science Bug” Kids’ Science Adventure Day at Winnekenni Castle, online pre-registration is required. This event, funded in part by the Haverhill Cultural Council Grant, is free to attend. Those interested should be sure to mark an accurate number of expected guests, as to have an appropriate amount of show materials.