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Jeremiah Stokely's Inventive Thinking Workshop
Presented By Muncie Children's Museum
Fri, 09/16/2005 Literary Event, Special Event
This event has multiple dates. Click here for more info
Attention young inventors! Don’t miss this two-day “Inventive Thinking” workshop based on the book Jeremiah Stokely Inventor and led by author Alan Garinger. Some of the interactive activities include building Jeremiah’s “Angle Getter”, printing on Jeremiah’s printing press, making Jeremiah’s burglar alarm work and racing Jeremiah’s air car. Sessions will be Friday, Sept. 16 and Friday, Sept. 23 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Great for children in grades 3-6, registration is required and both sessions must be attended. This workshop is free with Museum admission. The $12.00 admission fee for both sessions is due in advance at the time of registration. Alan K. Garinger is an award-winning author and educator. Garinger is a former elementary teacher, principal and community education director for Muncie Community Schools. Though he left the education field in 1984 to pursue a career in writing, his love has always been teaching children. To learn more, call the Museum today at (765) 286-1660.
Audience for  Children , Adults
www.munciechildrensmuseum.com
Location
Muncie Children's Museum
515 S. High St.
Muncie, IN, 47308-0544
Delaware County
Location is ADA Accessible
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Payment Options
Cash, Personal Check, Most Major Credit Cards
Group Discount
Workship is free with general admission. - $6.00
Contact Information
Kristen Jeffers
765-286-1600
kjeffers@munciemuseum.com
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