DOWNEY – The city of Downey will offer free admission to the Columbia Memorial Space Center from April 7-11 in celebration of the city’s first ever “City of STEM” event, a week-long community-focused celebration of science, technology, engineering and math. During this week, the space center will present STEM programming to the community, engaging diverse audiences at various locations throughout the city.
Guests will enjoy free admission to the space center for the entire week, beginning Tuesday, April 7.
“The Columbia Memorial Space Center not only celebrates our city’s rich aerospace history, but also inspires our youth to become the next generation of space explorers,” said Mayor Luis Marquez. “The City of STEM event will help engage our community through the world of STEM and we’re excited to host this for the first time ever at our space center.”
For more information, go to columbiaspacescience.org.
Published: March 19, 2015 - Volume 13 - Issue 49