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The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Tarah Cherny helps Isabella Cruz and Denise Cruz helps her son Noah complete the light circuit.

The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Tarah Cherny helps Isabella Cruz and Denise Cruz helps her son Noah complete the light circuit. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Tarah Cherny helps Isabella Cruz and  brother  Noah complete the light circuit.

The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Tarah Cherny helps Isabella Cruz and brother Noah complete the light circuit. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Isabella cCruz smiles as the light bulb ights up when she completed the circut, Tarah Cherny claps.

The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Isabella cCruz smiles as the light bulb ights up when she completed the circut, Tarah Cherny claps. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Leah Carrillo gets some help from Betty Cordero making the light circuit.

The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Leah Carrillo gets some help from Betty Cordero making the light circuit. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Noah Cruz, Peter Donoso, and Joshua Britto all hold up their solar powered motors and mini fans.

The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Noah Cruz, Peter Donoso, and Joshua Britto all hold up their solar powered motors and mini fans. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

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The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Michael Lake from Little Scientists has all the kids hold up their fans they made out of empty water bottles.

The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly hands on science series that explored light, wind, and solar energy. Michael Lake from Little Scientists has all the kids hold up their fans they made out of empty water bottles. (Photo by Kelley Fryer/The Courier | Buy This Photo )

Energize Connecticut Center Hosts Science Series

Published July 26, 2017

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The Energize Connecticut Center hosted a kid-friendly, hands-on science series on July 21 that explored light, wind, and solar energy. One of the projects involved making a solar-powered fan—here Tarah Cherny watches from the doorway as Noah Cruz puts his to work as Peter and Joshua Britto ready theirs.

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