The Bush Plane Museum hosted day two of the Science Festival. It featured many insects that we don’t get to see very often unless it’s on TV or a video. The night also featured model airplanes, paper airplanes and a presentation on air, from a science perspective. The night was restricted to those 19 and over but it seemed that the people that were there were just big kids.
They had as much fun as children would have had, playing with the insects, making paper airplanes and seeing how far they would travel. The Algoma University Jazz Ensemble supplied the entertainment.
Day three resumes on Friday at the Machine Shop at the Millsquare on Huron St. It’s an all day event and is designed for elementary students from kindergarten to grade 8. It consists of a series of local exhibits featuring hands on activities, demonstrations, and presentations.