Let’s go fly a kite at the New York Hall of Science on Aug. 17.
Come learn about the design and science involved in flight through demonstrations and hands-on activities at the museum’s Designing for Flight event.
Attendees can bring their own kite to fly, take a turn piloting a Brooklyn Aerodrome glider, or make their own flying machine out of origami with creased magazine.
New York Hall of Science, Aug. 17 from noon to 4 pm. Free with admission.
New York Hall of Science [47-01 111th St. at 45th Avenue in Flushing Meadows, Corona Park, (718) 699–0005, www.nysci.org].
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