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Spring into the Science Center!

Updated: Mar 22, 2022

What in carnation are we up to this Spring Break season? A little bit of everything and a whole lot of fun, that's what! Check out our interactive flyers below to see what we've got going on beginning March 16 and ending on March 26 with the one and only, Reno's Reptiles! We think this spring lineup is pretty dandy, and we're not lion...

Access to all of these events and activities is included with general admission pricing. Military discounts are also available. Please note we do have field trip visitors on March 16, 17, and 18 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., so certain areas of the museum like the Reptile Room will only be accessible by field trip guests until noon, and then it will be open for all to enjoy! We appreciate your patience.

Don't kale our spring week of activities simply wasn't enough for us! We will be open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the week of March 21 for more exciting activities. Check out the interactive image below to learn more about the workshops and events taking place this week.

Last bud not least, the always crowd-pleasing, insanely fun, Reno's Reptiles will join us on March 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The folks at Reno's are bringing a wide variety of animals including Skink, Scorpion, and a 50lb Tortoise. We're pretty happy about that last one, because we love it when our tortoise, Sebastian, has extra friends to play with! All of Reno's amazing exotics can be held and touched (minus the scorpion), so come discover these awesome animals. Reservations cannot be made for this event, but RSVPs on our event page help us determine space needed for this event.

We'd also love to give a huge thanks to one of our longtime, wonderful community partners, as all these events are sponsored in part by Cumulus Media.

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When you board your exploration journey, make sure not to miss the Easter Egg hunt! trap the cat


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Jun 10, 2023

Hello, friends! I like such educational centers. And I went in one such books club recently. I think books provide a wealth of knowledge, ideas, and points of view that can greatly enrich our essays. They introduce us to different writing styles, vocabulary, and storytelling techniques, allowing us to expand our own writing repertoire. But as for me, in matters of writing such a complex component, I prefer to trust specialists from online services who can write my annotated bibliography in a fairly short time. Of course, reading books helps us develop critical thinking skills, analytical abilities, and a deeper understanding of various subjects, but nevertheless, this is not always enough.

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