IMAG History & Science Center recently began offering “Science Saturday” and “History Saturday” monthly on the first and third Saturdays respectively. Interactive activities occur in designated stations throughout the center between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and are included with admission. So far science activities have included earth and space science demonstrations exploring gravity and.
On Saturday, June 17 from 10 a.m. to noon, IMAG will provide information about its new STEM Explorer Post, a career development program for young men and women from sixth grade to 20 years old. In collaboration with the nationwide program Exploring, IMAG is sponsoring an Explorer Post to engage those interested in learning about.
As part of IMAG History & Science Center’s strategic vision to refine its mission and define its objectives, the recently rebranded museum has added educator Rita Davis and businessman Colton Ferry to its board of directors. Both Fort Myers natives, Davis is director of Adult & Career Education through the School District of Lee County.
When the dismissal bell rings for the final time this academic year, IMAG will roll out eight exciting weeks of summer camp, each with a unique science and history theme to engage young minds and bodies, starting June 5 and concluding the week of August 4. Now is the time to register children entering grades.