A free and fun afternoon of games and play exploring the science of Climate Change
Hang out, Mess Around and Geek Out with regional gamers, local content experts, and other teens.
Bring friends, make friends! Get comparative, Get competitive, Get creative.
City of Play will roll out a variety of tabletop and physical games to help activate your left and right brain.
Center for Arts & Education at West Liberty University will have gamers on-hand to lead a round of Trivia Bingo, Read Your Game Design Fortune, and run both Hands-on and Augmented Reality Platonic Solids activities.
Plus, teens can get started on the national Games for Change Student Challenge designing their own video games that help people learn about climate change and take action to make a difference.
Enter the museum parking lot at the intersection of Forbes Avenue and South Craig Street. Please take a ticket to enter the lot. Your ticket will allow a 30 minute window for participant drop-off or pick-up at no charge. Please note: Beyond 30 minutes, standard daily parking rates apply in full.
Finding the Event
The event is taking place in the Center for Museum Education Classrooms. Please use the Portal Entry for direct access to the classrooms. The Portal Entry is on your left if you approach the museum from the parking lot. If you come through another entrance to the museum, please ask museum staff how to find the Portal Entry.
The museum welcomes all visitors. We work to assist visitors with disabilities in obtaining reasonable and appropriate accommodations, and in supporting equal access to services, programs, and activities. For more information, contact email@example.com.