Purdue Spring Fest Offered Learning and Fun for Kids of all Ages

Children and adults of all ages learned about different kinds of science, art and other topics while having a good time on Purdue University’s campus with this year’s Spring Fest the weekend of April 12-13, 2014. The free family-friendly event is a mix of entertainment and education. The 35 scheduled activities, included hands-on mini-excavators, cow milking at the Boiler Barnyard, a tidal pool with sea urchins, starfish and sand dollars, fun with chemistry, fencing and ice cream making. Purdue is one of the participating universities in the Center For Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP).

If you are interested in learning more about NFPA’s involvement in educational programs contact Lynn Beyer at (414) 778-3364 or lbeyer@nfpa.com.

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