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Try game development, virtual welding at Gwinnett Tech Science Works


Participate in a mock surgery, paint with light or experiment with computer game development at Gwinnett Technical College’s fourth annual Science Works. 

The all-ages event helps you get up close and personal with science, technology, engineering arts and math with the technical college’s faculty, staff and students. Displays including hydroponics, virtual welding and blood clot building are intended to showcase the real-life applications of the subjects students learn in class. 

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with 350 brews at Suwanee Beer Fest

More than 950 people have already registered to attend the event. The first 800 guests to check in will also get a free T-shirt and meal voucher.

The event is free and runs from 4 to 8 p.m. at Gwinnett Tech’s main campus in Lawrenceville. 

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