The 2016 Nebraska State Fair had 361,107 visitors, the largest number since moving to Grand Island, and Raising Nebraska was once again one of the highlights. Here's a recap of the...
Raising Nebraska’s monthly “Science Saturday” program was recently featured on NTV:
A little measuring, some careful observation, and a couple hours on a Saturday morning add up to a lot of learning.
“It’s a hands-on interactive that allows families, for free, to come into Raising Nebraska, explore the exhibits, but then to have an additional educational program as a part of it,” Beth Janning, coordinator at Raising Nebraska, explains of their Science Saturdays.
Held the second Saturday of the month, the special program at the ag-education exhibit hall lets kids explore things like soil, static electricity, and sells.
You can read the full article on NTV’s website: “Science Saturdays Offer Extra Lessons at Raising Nebraska”
— Megan Johnson (@NTVsMeganJ) March 13, 2016