Three Rivers Festival Egg Drop
No yolk! This event at Science Central is going to be an Eggs-travaganza! We'll be debating which came first, the chicken or the egg, as we celebrate a variety of activities dedicated to both!
First, tell your friends and neighbors that there is an eggs-cellent price to get into Science Central. Just one buck will get you in the door at Science Central. This annual tradition is one of the best bargains around for Three Rivers Festival fun. And members, of course, get in free to Science Central.
Then join in the festivities for the Design Collaborative Egg Drop Competition, beginning at 1 p.m. Settle in to watch Design Collaborative’s Egg Drop Competition. Eggs will fly from the roof of Science Central to the ground below in contraptions specially designed to protect the eggs. It's anything goes, as contestants prepare flying machines ranging from melons loaded with eggs, to sky diving chutes, to giant pinwheels.
To help protect the “good egg” kids who turn out to watch the Egg Drop Competition, the Indiana Wayne Lodge Fraternal Order of Police will be on hand to distribute free bike helmets, provided by the NeuroSpine & Pain Center (while supplies last) and Hoosier Academies will be giving away free school supplies inside the popular science center.
Where: Science Central, 1950 N. Clinton Street, Fort Wayne, IN
Date: Sunday, July 9, 2017
Time: Competition Check-In: 12:30 p.m.-1:00 p.m.; Competition starts at 1:00 p.m.
Ages: All ages welcome.
Cost to Watch: Free! One dollar ($1.00) admission if you wish to enter Science Central's building; members admitted free.
Cost to Register: Free! Pre-registration is encouraged, and pre-registered entrants will receive a free pass to Science Central for future use.
Prizes: Age group awards will be given for successful drops; awards will be given for:
• Most creative device.
• Most scientific device.
• Most devastating crash.
• Most devastating crash to survive!
Presented by Design Collaborative, Science Central.
Supported by Indiana Wayne Lodge Fraternal Order of Police, NeuroSpine & Pain Center and Hoosier Academies