From Our Editors
Each hands-on exhibit at the nonprofit Science Center is rooted in the STEM system, an acronym for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Here, visitors aged 2 and older can control intricate pulley systems, learn about the complexity of DNA strands, and even discover the science behind optical illusions. For younger guests, the center houses plenty of Legos to assemble into original structures, as well as a prehistoric tunnel to explore. Monthly events further stimulate curiosity about the sciences, and a forthcoming maker space will include tools and equipment for activities such as robotics and metalworking.