Engineering Days: Get Upside Down With Triangle Dairy Queen | Kids & Teens | Indy Week
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Engineering Days: Get Upside Down With Triangle Dairy Queen 

When: Sat., Aug. 15, 1 p.m. 2015
Price: free
at 631 Walnut Street in Cary. In this workshop, hosted by Triangle Dairy Queen in partnership with STEM for Kids and Falcon Engineering, each child will be paired with an engineer to design a parachute that will hold DQ's legendary Blizzard. Triangle Dairy Queen Owner and Operator Andrew Valkanoff will then drop the parachutes from the roof. Limited to 15 participants, parents must stay with their children for the duration of the event.


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