Sue’s Tech Kitchen event has sold out

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What if you could com­pose mu­sic with your food, print your dessert or code a video game with candy? Wouldn’t fam­ily din­ners be more fun if you could com­bine such cut­ting- edge tech­nol­ogy with a meal?

That’s just what Sue’s Tech Kitchen is about — STEM-in­spired din­ing for the fam­ily.

Sue’s Tech Kitchen will make its world pre­miere Fri­day, July 28, at the To­mor­row Build­ing, 818 Ge­or­gia Ave. It will re­main open noon to 8 p.m. through Sun­day, July 30.

How­ever, tick­ets have sold out for all three days.

The tech kitchen was the dream of en­tre­pre­neur and author Randi Zucker­berg of Zucker­berg Me­dia. It was de­signed by a NASA sci­en­tist.

“I’m al­ways en­cour­ag­ing par­ents to em­brace tech­nol­ogy in their lives in an i nter­ac­tive and healthy way in­stead of be­ing afraid of it,” says Zucker­berg.

“So when I was at a restau­rant with my two boys, I thought ‘ How cool would it be if a drone could de­liver our food? Or if we could code with candy?’ As a re­sult, Sue’s Tech Kitchen is com­ing to life, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be bring­ing it first to Chat­tanooga.”

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