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Although yoga has been around for more than 5,000 years, it has become increasingly popular during the past decade. Aside from the health benefits, it offers us a deeper connection to our inner self, nature and to the community. This one-hour yoga class allows you to step away from all the 21st century gadgets and focus on the moment. Yoga helps to recharge the body, mind and spirit. Class will be held by the River Pavilion. All skill levels are…Find out more »
Join us as science and history come alive in our living laboratory! Programs are designed for students in grades K-2 and 3-5. In this session, students will learn the principles of robotics in this high-tech camp. They will design, build, and code robotics as they tackle daily challenges. No experience is required in this crash course to robotic engineering. To register and view health, safety and scholarship information, please visit edisonford.org. Sponsored by Entech, Fred and Gingy Quinn, Scientists Society…Find out more »
Each week, Edison Ford Historians present an in-depth look at a topic related to our site. Topics include: the Edison Family; The Vagabonds- a group of travelers that included Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone and John Burroughs; Willow Run, Edison's Home; the Ford Family; Mina Edison; Generators and Electricity; Queenie Adams; and Edison Spring Training. This program is held in the 15,000-square-foot museum. Included with admission: reservations are not required.Find out more »