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Science Discovery Demos: Butterflies @ 12:30pm - 1pm
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Have an explosive visit with this bonus educational opportunity! After you’ve explored Butterflies, miSci’s new indoor butterfly house open through April 19, learn more about butterflies at this educator-led science demo.

Free with admission


Science Zone - Science Tools @ 1pm - 2:30pm
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Discover hands-on fun with an educator-led exploration of science tools: drops of water, magnifier, measurement, and weight.

Free with admission


Little Wonders of Science: Waiting for Wings @ 9:30am - 10:30am
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Introduce children ages 3 to 5 to science with an educator reading of Waiting for Wings, a fun hands-on science activity, a book from one of our popular past Little Wonders (while supplies last) and a stop in miSci’s indoor butterfly house. PLEASE NOTE: we are now offering more sessions to accommodate the increasing number of interested families: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 9:30am and 11am. Choose the day and time that is best for you! Space is limited. (Cut off is one day before program date.) Register online with the option below or call 518.382.7890 x 224 to register today!

Free with admission

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Little Wonders of Science: Waiting for Wings @ 11am - 12pm
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Introduce children ages 3 to 5 to science with an educator reading of Waiting for Wings, a fun hands-on science activity, a book from one of our popular past Little Wonders (while supplies last) and a stop in miSci’s indoor butterfly house. PLEASE NOTE: we are now offering more sessions to accommodate the increasing number of interested families: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 9:30am and 11am. Choose the day and time that is best for you! Space is limited. (Cut off is one day before program date.) Register online with the option below or call 518.382.7890 x 224 to register today!

Free with admission

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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



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