Come Try an “Eggsperiment” at the Great Lakes Science Center

Fri 4/19 & Sat 4/20 @ 10AM-5PM

The Great Lakes Science Center brings back its Easter/spring-themed Eggsperiment Eggstravaganza, with some of the demos and activities that have made it popular in the past, including the egg drop challenge from a height of 62 feet — can you build a protection structure so you can do it without breaking the egg? What about standing on a carton of eggs without breaking any?

Learn how hard you have to squeeze an egg before it breaks and why eggs are egg-shaped, and try to navigate an obstacle course with a fragile object on a spoon. There are non-egg-related activities too, such as a learning lab sponsored by the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District to demonstrate how people impact the weather and how NEORSD protects our lake, and operating a remote controlled robot, the first step toward learning to drive on the moon. They promise to explore the connection between those gooey Peeps candies and the atmosphere too.

It’s all included with admission, ranging from $13.95-$16.95.


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