Bring the kids out on Saturday, July 23 for SMO-DOT, an interactive program celebrating the rich history of Oklahoma roads! SMO-DOT was created by the Science Museum Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation in honor of the 100th anniversary of ODOT. The fun includes a zinc experiment, Bridge Building 101, edible roads (potholes served on the side), and instant root beer floats.
When: Saturday, July 23, 2011, at 10:00 am.
Where: The Thomas J. Harrison Pryor Public Library
We’ll see you there!