(WBNG Binghamton) Kopernik Observatory & Science Center will be holding an open house on Saturday, November 24 from 6-10 PM.
According to a news release:
If you are curious about what your child or grandchild might get from Kopernik classes, this is a wonderful opportunity to get to learn about Kopernik educational programs. This event is open to the public with Free admission. There will be a variety of family activities as well as a special presentation by the Union-Endicott High School's robotic team called Tigertronics. Below are the following science activities that student's will enjoy.
Due to a speaker schedule change the Friday night program will be:
November 16: Energy to Sustain Our World: From Fossil Fuels to Solar Power and Personal Energy- Prof. Wayne Jones, Binghamton University