BANGOR, Maine If you’re looking for family fun this summer, the Maine Discovery Museum has you covered.
In addition to their summer camps, the museum is also holding events for the public throughout July and August.
Many of the events include arts and crafts projects and use of a 3-D printer.
People at the museum say it’s a good way to keep children thinking until school starts back up.
“If you go three months of the summer without doing any sort of thing to keep your brain thinking and keep making those synapses, you really are putting yourself at a disadvantage for problem solving skills and critical thinking skills,” said Director of Programs And Community Engagement Kim Stewart. So by having fun, educational activities all summer long, we're just helping keep them ready for going back to school in the fall.”
For a full list of activities and fees, visit mainediscoverymuseum.org.