Your family can visit the Canadian Energy Museum on select dates this winter to build fun projects and learn more about renewable energy technologies in Canada. Build an eye-catching windsock that teaches about wind energy, or discover the world of solar energy as you build a functional solar rover! Choose either, or both projects, for a fun morning of learning and creating together with the kids.
The Canadian Energy Museum is dedicated to providing information about Canada’s ever-evolving energy sector. It is home to the original Leduc #1 – the world’s largest drill bit – and several other artifacts and exhibits that serve to educate about our oil sands, pipeline safety or renewable energy trends. It is located in Leduc County, just south of the town of Devon.
Saturday, January 29, 2022 at 10:30 am | Learn how renewable energy works through a wind-powered experiment and making your own wind-powered carp streamer (Koinobori) to take home with you! Ideal for all ages.
Fee is $10 (+fees) per participant building a windsock. Complete your online registration through Eventbrite.
Saturday, February 26, 2022 at 10:30 am | Learn about solar energy and how it is stored by conducting a science experiment and building your very own solar rover to bring home with you! Recommended for ages 7 and up.
Fee is $40 (+fees) per participant building a solar rover. Complete your online registration through Eventbrite.
Canadian Energy Museum Events:
When: Saturday, January 29, 2022 & Saturday, February 26, 2022
Time: 10:30 AM
Where: Canadian Energy Museum
Address: 50339 AB-60, Leduc County