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Tampa Heights explores Velocity


The Tampa Heights Junior Civic Association campers came and participated in the Velocity exhibit and walked through the museum. It was delightful how many of them showed interest in the Sulphur Springs history from the permanent collection panels on the walls as they read the articles with interest., When it came to the Velocity exhibit itself, they were quite amazed as they raced and watched the balls circle the dish. As well as learning how motion makes the ball stay up on the loop-d-loop, and we could see them light up learning about velocity concepts.

-Written by Sulphur Springs Museum associate Kayvin





A viewing of the history of Sulphur Springs












one of the velocity exhibits being used










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