Science for Nanos: Taking Flight
Film program for kids at the Imagine Science Film Festival | Whether by wing, flipper, jet, or rocket, everyone must leave the nest someday. About this Event *ADMISSION IS FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION* Whether by wing, flipper, jet, or rocket, everyone must leave the nest someday. For our annual Science for Nanos program for younger audiences (and the whole family -- some of our favorites are included here!) we'll follow the exploits of fledgling owls, aspiring astronauts, dare-devil snails, and even those preparing to leave the human world for new and very different lives.
Venue: New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th St Map
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