Virginia Tech's Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology and the Children's Museum of Blacksburg present Tech-or-Treat, a Halloween event even scarier than a hard drive full of data that isn't backed up. This hauntingly memorable event, for children five to twelve years old, will feature Halloween fun-themed technologies developed by students and faculty at the university in a family-friendly environment. Some highlights of the event include interactive digital Jack-o'-lanterns, eerie arms reaching out, a bubbling cauldron, ghostly images in dry ice, projected rats and snakes, and much more. Poetry, art, Halloween gingerbread house displays, and toy activities will also engage children's imaginations and curiosity. Spooky music will be performed by the VT Strings Project.
Tech-or-Treat is a free event. Children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is sponsored by Imaginations Toy & Furniture Company.