Next weekend, the Minnesota History Museum is hosting an event for geeky teens–or for geeky families with teens.
What If? Alternate History Teen & Family Day
Saturday, April 21, 12-4 p.m.
Included with museum admission.
$6 admission for anyone who brings their public library card!
Travel back in time and imagine a new future. Explore Minnesota through the eyes of science fiction and steampunk authors, artisans, and alternate historians. And by all means, don’t forget your goggles and top hat.
Activities will include: Interactive Steampunk Mystery with Red Ribbon Society; Music by Bad September; Ask a Writer with Minnesota science fiction authors Kelly Barnhill, Lyda Morehouse and Kelly McCullough; Fashion Art Activity with Leonardo’s Basement; fashion models styled by Blasphemenia’s Closet; and Steampunk artisans selling fashion accessories to create a more fantastic you.
It sounds like a great time, whether you’re into history, alternate history, or just dressing up. If I know those authors (and I know two of them personally and one online), that will be a very entertaining Ask a Writer session. Grab some teenagers and go have some fun!