Who: The Museum of Discovery and Science
What: A ribbon cutting ceremony announcing The Museum of Discovery and Science’s newest interactive permanent exhibit, Design! Build! Play! KEVA! Friday, November 16, 2018 at 11:15 a.m.
Where: Museum of Discovery and Science, 401 S.W. 2nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33312
About the Events: On Saturday, November 10, 2018, the Museum of Discovery and Science opened its newest permanent exhibit, Design! Build! Play! KEVA. Sponsored by Meike and Dominick Miniaci.
The exhibit is an innovative, interactive exhibit that encourages visitors (regardless of your age) to build! The KEVA planks are simple in their design, which forces the visitor to think outside of the box and create in three dimensions. They can work together to unravel physics challenges using principles of balance, geometric shapes and stability to engineer and build creations with structural integrity.
KEVA planks require just simple stacking so even young children know what to do, but few parents can resist the chance to get in on the action. KEVA planks are unique in their appeal to every age. Toddlers, elementary age children, teenagers and adults all build at their own ability level. A family can create villages, horse stables, bridges, rivers, train tracks, sculptures - you cannot run out of possibilities. It is an active, thoughtful activity that the entire family can enjoy. Children are especially inspired when they see their parents on the floor actively creating and imagining with them. _(PRESS RELEASE)
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