Star-Bulletin Features

Thursday, June 28, 2001


Children try to make their way through a maze.

Mazes, puzzles
available for kids

Keiki already bored by summer can sharpen their minds by strategizing their way through mazes and puzzles at Pearlridge Center's "Amazing Mazes and Puzzling Puzzles," Sunday through July 22.

The hands-on exhibit was designed for ages pre-kindergarten and up to develop critical reasoning and strategic thinking skills. Featured will be color mazes, larger-than-life checkerboard and tic-tac-toe games and computer kiosks. Rolling block mazes will require players to roll foam blocks around a grid at right angles.

The mazes, designed by Adrian Fisher of England, challenge participants to find a route while observing restrictions. And with everyone watching, who can cheat?

The exhibit will be in both Uptown and Downtown Center Court areas, open noon to 8 p.m. Mondays to Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays.

Call Pearlridge at 488-0981.

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