Can You KenKen? -- A Family Friday event at MoMath
A daily dose of puzzles is a quick and fun way to keep your wits sharp, so the Museum of Mathematics is pleased to announce a puzzling Family Friday workshop for parents and kids on Friday, March 15, at 7 pm. Join John Chaneski, on-air puzzle guru for NPR's newest game show “Ask Me Another,” as he presents “Can You KenKen?,” a family-friendly exploration of number puzzles, brought to you in collaboration with Nextoy, publisher of KenKen books and other products.
Chaneski will begin with a gentle introduction to KenKen, the puzzle that Will Shortz called “the most addictive puzzle since Sudoku.” All that's needed is simple mathematics and a pencil... and we'll provide the pencil! In no time at all, you'll be ready for head-to-head KenKen challenges.
No KenKen experience is required, and every participant will come away with useful problem-solving skills and a boost of self-confidence. Admission is limited, so register soon for this not-to-be missed special event, appropriate for kids and adults aged 8 and up.
Special pre-program dining menu at SD26 now available for Family Friday participants!
Details will be sent to program registrants shortly.
Please note that regsitration fees are nonrefundable.
11 East 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
|Registration Fee (Members)||$ 8.00|
|Registration Fee (Non-members)||$ 10.00|