Apricot STEM Fair returns to Los Altos History Museum July 16

By June 28, 2022July 11th, 2022In The News

Town Crier Report / Los Altos Town Crier

The Los Altos History Museum has scheduled its Apricot STEM Fair: A Tale of Two Valleys event 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 16 in the museum’s courtyard, 51 S. San Antonio Road.

The festivities will feature family-friendly science, technology, engineering and math activities, including robotics demonstrations, engineering a Mars landing with eggs, catapulting apricots, building marshmallow towers, creating photo-sensitive art, drawing with fractal colors, making a sundial, games exploring the science and technology of early agriculture, and more.

Workshops will teach how to craft a binary code bracelet and how to discover Fibonacci patterns in nature. Lisa Prince Newman, author of “For the Love of Apricots,” will hold a book signing and conversation 10-11:30 a.m. about all things apricots and will share her recipes.

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Children inspect the apricots at the Los Altos History Museum’s 2019 Apricot STEM Fair. Town Crier File Photo