The event featured interactive exhibits and activities related to the connection between science and music.
(L to R): Volunteer Christopher Wesselborg, Executive Director Marc Alessi, Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker, Chief Operating Officer Douglas Borge.
Photo by: Office of Legislator Anker
Recently, Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker attended the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe’s (TSCW) Sound of Science musical event in Shoreham. The event, sponsored by the TSCW and the Rites of Spring Music Festival, featured interactive exhibits and activities related to the connection between science and music, a tribute to scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla, and electric musical performances from the Rites of Spring Ensemble.
“The Sound of Science was a fantastic event that was enjoyed by all,” said Legislator Anker. “Thank you to the many Tesla Science Center board, staff and volunteers that continue to find creative and exciting ways to share the contributions of the world-renowned scientist and inventor, Nikola Tesla, with our community.”
The TSCW is a not-for-profit organization that aims to develop the site of Nikola Tesla’s last remaining laboratory into a global science center that provides innovative learning experiences, supports the advancement of new technologies, and preserves Nikola Tesla’s legacy. For more information about upcoming events and programs or if you’re interested in volunteering at TSCW call (631)-886-2632 or visit www.teslasciencecenter.org