Families to meet robots of all shapes and sizes
On Saturday, April 12, visitors to The Works Museum can meet robots of all shapes and sizes during its annual Robot Day event. John Henry Foster (JHF) will be participating and bringing a robotic display kids can try to “grab” money from….if they are fast enough!
Curious kids and robot enthusiasts of all ages can learn about robots, meet robots used in a variety of businesses, see student-build robots complete missions and challenges, and much more.
What: Robot Day event at The Works Museum. Families will see demos from robotics experts, meet and interact with robots a variety of businesses and student teams, and experiment with Lego WeDo. It’s a day full of family fun with our robotic friends and helpers!
When: Saturday, April 12, 10 AM – 4 PM.
Where: The Works Museum, 9740 Grand Ave S., Bloomington, MN; 55420
Cost: All activities are included with your $8 museum admission. Parking is free.
More: Visit www.theworks.org for more details or call 952-888-4262.
Want to know more? Check out last year’s video from Robot Day.
ABOUT THE WORKS MUSEUM. The Works Museum is where kids explore how things work. A hands-on engineering museum for kids, The Works serves over 70,000 children, families and educators annually. The Works inspires the next generation of innovators and problem-solvers. For regular hours and admission, membership, and camp information, visit www.theworks.org.
Since 1938, John Henry Foster has been serving clients as a compressed air systems and fluid power distributor in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota and northern Iowa. We are known for providing mobile service, maintenance, air system audits and design of electro-pneumatic and compressed air flow controls. Educational training and air system seminars are also offered.