The spectrUM Discovery Area’s mobile science program, MosSE, kicked off its spring tour with its first ever stop outside Montana on January 23-24. At the Tri-Cities Family Expo in Pasco, Washington, children and families experienced Hands on Health, with guided heart and eye dissections, a surgery simulation station, and other hands-on activities that explore health, the body, and nutrition.
Sadie and Zach, spectrUM MosSE educators, head out in a UHaul bound for Washington state!
2,700 children and their family members experienced Hands on Health at the Expo, which was sponsored by Trios Health. In addition, earlier in the week, spectrUM’s educators hosted field-trips for 118 local schoolchildren.
spectrUM’s Hands on Health Exhibit at the TriCities Health Fair in Pasco, Washington.
Lisa Teske, director of marketing & business development for Trios Health, said, “Hands On Health was a spectacular exhibit for the Tri-Cities Family Expo this year. The event draws thousands of local families, and I was thrilled to see them not only stop but linger in our booth to take in all of the interactive learning available. We continue to hear from local teachers and parents about it. SpectrUM sent two fantastic educators along with the seven stations and, together with our staff volunteers, we delivered a memorable health education experience for Tri-Cities families.”
spectrUM is eager to continue our spring tour, which includes stops in Hot Springs, Potomac, Anaconda, Fort Benton, Browning, Bozeman, and more! Stay tuned!