Southeast Michigan Mensa’s Regional Gathering 2013

Are you a member of Mensa or do you want to learn more about Mensa?  Come to the Southeast Michigan Mensa Regional Gathering, May 3rd-5th, 2013,  in Farmington Hills, Michigan. 

Register here: http://mensadetroit.com/semmantics/.  If you are currently a non-Mensa member, email gifted_in_mi@sbcglobal.net to be put on the guest list.  Proof of giftedness not required.  Here’s what your kids get to do if you go:

Build Sumo Battle Robots from scratch and test them in the ring.

Build Brushbots from the Maker Shed and race them for fun!

Learn how to operate a ham radio!

Learn how to hunt, collect and preserve fossils from U of M paleontology club experts.

Learn basic maker skills such as how to make your own battery, electromagnet, and flashing hairpiece or badge.  Take your creations home!

Learn about local volunteer conservation opportunities from the City of Ann Arbor.

Meet John Blinke, author of the Supplementally column in American Mensa’s Bulletin magazine and learn from him about the Great Sphinx of Giza!

Travel around the world in 88 days with Stewart McMillan.

Enjoy kids’ ice cream social and pool party!

All meals and snacks provided.

Here are the highlights including additional attractions! https://giftedinmichigan.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/semm-antics-xxxiv-from-a-to-z.docx.  

And here is a grid of events: https://giftedinmichigan.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/grid-v03-28-2013-final.pdf.

Best of all come to meet other families with gifted kids!  We hope to see you there!!

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