First, in-class visit, then ‘night at the museum’ for Weaver kids

The Science Museum of Minnesota will present its “Science Matters” program at Weaver Elementary School starting at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 29, providing students with fun, hands-on activities and demonstrations designed to enrich their interest in science. Through visual and interactive presentations, students will work together to solve engineering problems, such as designing a high-speed train that makes limited noise while entering tunnels, and determining which types of gloves are best for various safety situations.
In March, 101 Weaver students will attend an overnight Camp-In among the Science Museum’s world-class exhibitions and interactive workshops. The Camp-In will provide students with a memorable opportunity to explore the magic of science through a unique overnight experience. Now in its 28th season, the Camp-In program is one of the longest-standing museum sleepover programs in the nation, reaching more than 75,000 Minnesota students.

For more information about the “Science Matters” program, including the Camp-In, visit

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