The Center of Science and Industry, COSI, Columbus, Ohio in partnership with the Department of Neighborhood of the City of Columbus, will hold a special reception in celebration of the Immigrant Heritage Month on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 from 5.30PM to 7.30PM.
In a statement, COSI said “the event is being convened to promote a dynamic and fun conversation” about how it can work together with “multicultural communities to engage young children, teens and adults around science and technology in an inspirational way that transforms communities.’
It added that the communities’ expertise will be valuable in “this partnership”
The Center of Science is a relationship-driven model in which the traditional science museum offers a suite of activities supported by the intersections among its partners. The goal of the Center of Science is to provide a flexible, responsive, and proactive framework for creating relevance and inspiration for the many audiences around science, technology, and engineering content and topics.
Through the Center of Science model, COSI is committed to being a lifelong learning institution and is an integral part of the learning ecosystem, a contributor to the economic impact model of the arts and cultural institutions, and an important player in workforce development in Central Ohio.
2nd Annual Taste of Nigeria holds June 23 in Columbus
The 2nd Annual Taste of Nigeria will hold on Saturday, June 23, 2018 at the King Arts Complex, 867 Mt Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio from 12pm to 7pm.
The event, being organized by the Weavers of Nigeria is a display of food, clothes, jewelries, music, fashion show, head tie and games.
Speaking with the New Americans magazine, Ms Lovette Chinwah-Adegbola said “admission is $5 while it is free for 12 years old and under.”
The Weavers of Nigeria (WON) is a 501(c) charitable organization that is based in Columbus, Ohio, with a purpose to foster a conducive environment for achieving lasting peace, unity, and progress through positive cooperation.