Hill Aerospace Museum Summer STEM Program
Starting June 5, 2018, Hill Aerospace Museum will launch a brand new, fun Summer STEM Passport Program. During the week our Education staff will be offering classes in Astronomy, Chemistry, Electricity, Forces of Flight, Helicopters, It’s All in the Tilt, Magnetics, Mission to Mars, Simple Machines, Rockets, and Weather. Tuesday through Thursday classes will start at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. The classes will be open to kids at least EIGHT years of age on a first come first served basis. Parents are welcome to attend the classes with the kids. Each student will be issued a Museum STEM Passport. A subject page in the Passport will be stamped after each class session. When the kids get all of the pages stamped by attending all of the classes, they will receive a special pin and a certificate. For more information, call the Hill Aerospace Museum at 801-825-5817 for details.
For the younger kids, Helicopter classes will also be held. Your young ones can build their own helicopter and fly it right in the Museum.
STEM Summer Saturdays, sponsored by Weber County RAMP, will also be a part of the STEM Passport program. There will be classes on Rockets and Magnetics on Saturdays.