The world-record Keva tower (above and below) constructed in the National Building Museum in Washington

The world-record Keva tower (above and below) constructed in the National Building Museum in Washington

Keva building focus of event

The Okanagan Science Centre is stacking up a day of engineering, art, and fun.

The Okanagan Science Centre is stacking up a day of engineering, art, and fun.

Staff scientists will host Keva games, challenges and build-offs for all ages Saturday, and will attempt ceiling-scraping towers with the help of a scissor lift.

All aspiring architects and determined designers should be there at 1 p.m. to witness a ceremonial tower-toppling with special guests from MQN Architects.

From 1 to 2 p.m., build alongside these professional architects, and enter to win a free private Keva party for your friends and family.

Admission is free for members. Regular admission for non-members.

The free Keva party draw will take place at 2 p.m.

Keva planks are stackable pieces of wood, which were used in the world-record Keva tower built at the National Building Museum in Washington. It stacked up to more than 51 feet in height.