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April Break @ miSci @ 9am - 5pm
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miSci open 9am - 5pm Monday - Saturday; 12 - 5pm Sunday (closed Easter 4/5)

Looking for something fun to do during School Break Week? Discover hands-on fun:

Activities, Demos, Exhibits free with admission; add $5 for Planetarium


Investigate: Pocket Tech @ 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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Explore the technology of personal electronic devices with interactive models of “software” and “hardware” functions. Discover how pocket-sized computers input, store, display, and communicate information to connect us to the world. Increase your understanding of everyday technology! The Pocket Tech suite of demonstration programs was developed by The Franklin Institute and the Center for Nanoscale Science at Penn State University, in partnership with AT&T and funding from the National Science Foundation.

Free with admission


More Than Meets The Eye Planetarium Show @ 2pm - 3pm
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Explore planets and deep-sky objects as you can actually expect to see them using binoculars and four or eight-inch telescopes. It compares the naked-eye views from our back yards with observatory astrophotos and spacecraft images. Includes a live segment about the current seasonal sky.

Admission plus $5


The Sky Above Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Planetarium Show @ 10am - 10:30am
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PBS television's Mr. Rogers and his Neighborhood of Make-Believe friends explore the wonders of the sky in this introductory planetarium show. Recommended for young audiences.

Admission plus $5


The Sky Above Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Planetarium Show @ 1pm - 1:30pm
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PBS television's Mr. Rogers and his Neighborhood of Make-Believe friends explore the wonders of the sky in this introductory planetarium show. Recommended for young audiences.

Admission plus $5


Night of the Lion Planetarium Show @ 3pm - 4pm
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Celebrate spring and explore Leo, the lion, a constellation visible in the spring night sky, in this fun and informative live exploration of the planets, stars and constellations in the spring night sky.  This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

Admission plus $5



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