Marking the debut weekend for its newly transformed Being Human Hall, the Perot Museum will attempt a world record and host an array of “being human” activities as part of a daylong “All About You Celebration” on Saturday, May 12.
The morning kicks off at 10 a.m. with a mouth-watering attempt (literally) to set the world record for the most ancestry tests simultaneously conducted in one place. The kits have been provided by 23andMe, the first and only genetic service available directly to consumers that includes reports that meet FDA standards.
Kidd Kraddick in the Morning’s Kellie Rasberry and J-Si Chavez will be on hand to learn what their very own 23andMe results revealed and pump up the crowd before 100 pre-selected participants begin spitting at approximately 10:20 a.m. To learn more, visit perotmuseum.org. — Taylor McDonnell