Science Central in Fort Wayne will host a teacher resource fair on Sunday, Aug. 1, that will give educators the opportunity to learn more about the programming available from Science Central, as well as nine other entities.
Running from noon-5 p.m., the fair will see the participating entities outline their on-site and virtual programming opportunities for educators as they prepare for the upcoming school year. In addition to Science Central, other entities at the fair will be: Allen County Partnership for Water Quality, Allen County Parks, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne Youtheatre, The History Center, Indiana Donor Network, Little River Wetlands Project, McMillen Health and Soarin' Hawk Raptor Rehabilitation Center.
Teachers will receive free admission to Science Central and the fair. Pre-service teachers, and up to eight family members of teachers, will be admitted at the reduced rate of $8. Science Central is at 1950 N. Clinton St., Fort Wayne.
The teacher resource fair is presented by Trine University.
Science Central has provided a hands-on fun learning environment for more than 25 years. Through over 200 exhibits, school tours, distance learning programs and weekend public events, the not-for-profit brings science and technology to over 140,000 children and adults annually.
Visit sciencecentral.org for details.