HUDSON — He’s BACK!!! Join Professor Sparks as he explores the science of fire at the FASNY Museum of Firefighting on January 18, 2020, at 10:30am. Professor Sparks and his robot companion, Spot 2000, will present an interactive program that is full of surprises! After the program make your own “slime” to take home. Only Professor Sparks can make learning about science this much fun! This hands-on program is appropriate for children ages five and up. This program and admission to the Museum for the day is free to residents of Columbia County (with proof of residency: a drivers license for head of household) thanks to a generous grant award from Hudson River Bank & Trust Foundation. The Museum is located at 117 Harry Howard Avenue in Hudson, New York on the campus of the Firemen’s Home. For further information about this program, other upcoming Super Saturday programs or the Museum, call 518-822-1875, ext.17 or visit www.fasnyfiremuseum.com
The FASNY Museum of Firefighting is America’s interactive museum of firefighting! Activities for families include creative play on selected fire engines, hands-on interactives, including the popular bucket brigade activity, a virtual fire engine driving activity, the Jr. Firefighter Challenge and the Cabot/McCadam Discovery Room. With over 60 pieces of apparatus on exhibit, whether you’re a firefighter, a student of history or a family looking for a fun and educational day trip, you will not want to miss this unique Museum.