Vail Daily Town Talk: Walking Mountains Simple Machines
October 5, 2017
Why do we use machines? Machines are designed to make work and life easier. All machines, even really complex ones, are based on a few very simple machines. We will learn how these simple machines work, how they're built and then design our own machine. Children in third through fifth grade will build fully functional catapults using their own designs.
This is not a drop off program — guardians are required to attend. Please join us on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Avon Walking Mountains Science Center. The cost is $10 per child-adult pair and $10 per additional child.
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