Details: Lowell, Massachusetts will host its first Kinetic Sculpture Race on Saturday, September 24, 2016. Sitting squarely at the crossroads of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics, the Kinetic Sculpture Race is comprised of home-engineered kinetic sculptures, all-terrain, human-powered vehicles with an artistic twist, tackling mud, sand, water, gravel and pavement over the course of the day. The opening ceremonies will take place at the intersection of Market and Middle Streets with a rousing kickoff at 10:30AM, followed by the start of the race.
Day-long events include viewing the race at the various obstacle locations around Lowell, interacting with competitors and officials, and enjoying a fun, family friendly atmosphere against a backdrop of whimsical racing machines. At 1PM, spectators can partake in a plethora of food trucks and live entertainment while cheering on the competitors as they attempt navigating the waters of the Merrimack River at the DCR Lowell Heritage State Park. The entire course is open to the public, free of charge and great for all ages!
For more information on Lowell’s first Kinetic Sculpture Race, visit www.merrimackvalley.org or http://lowellkinetic.com
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