The Arlington-based educational-enrichment organization Rosie Riveters is hosting its second annual Women’s History Hunt, a family geocaching activity that combines women’s history with STEM [science, technology, engineering, math] themes.
This year’s hunt is located among the shops and parks of Clarendon.
“We hope families in the area will have fun uncovering the history of some incredible women in STEM in this modern-day treasure hunt with a techie twist,” said Brittany Greer, founder and executive director of Rosie Riveters.
Since its founding in 2015, Rosie Riveters has served more than 5,700 female students in Arlington and Fairfax counties with interactive STEM programming, most offered without charge. For information, see the Website at www.rosieriveters.com.