Omaha-based Fat Brain Toys, an online seller of toys, puzzles and games, is teaming up with the Strategic Air & Space Museum for “Celebration of Mind Nebraska,” a family event that promotes a playful approach to mathematics, science, art, magic and puzzles.
Admission to the event is free with paid admission to the museum.
The daylong, interactive event will be Sunday at the museum, located between Lincoln and Omaha just off Interstate 80 at Exit 426.
The event will feature Brent Bushnell and Eric Gradman, co-founders of 2 Bit Circus, a think tank of engineers, designers and inventors, and Debbie Sterling, creator of GoldieBlox, a girls-oriented building toy.
“We are excited we can ... offer kids of all ages a first-class learning opportunity at a world-class venue,” said Matt Hansen, marketing director for Fat Brain Toys.
Celebration of Mind events are held at more than 156 locations worldwide. For more information and to preregister, visit fatbraintoys.com/celebration.