The interactive Mario Bros. game is open all summer, 11am-3pm. It’s the greatest game of all time and you ARE Mario in our deconstructed video game! Run and jump your way through the Mushroom Kingdom in this live-action game. Will you be the first to rescue Princess Peach? On Wednesdays, dress as your favorite Mario character and get a $5 coupon to the Science Store!
In celebration of the new 3D movie, Tiny Giants, we’re bringing Party Animals back! Tom Kinsey from Party Animals joins us with live tiny giants! Snakes, rats, toads, roaches, and birds, oh my!
Tiny Giants 3D will transport audiences into our miniature hero’s astonishing world, showing that the smaller you are the bigger the adventure. A chipmunk in a wild wood is forced to grow up fast when he finds himself alone for the first time. Facing experienced rivals and huge predators, our hero must find the courage to gather enough acorns for winter. Unless he crams his huge cheeks and subterranean winter store with at least one hundred nuts, he’ll never have the energy to survive. More info and movie times.
Sharing BLOCKS is an exciting professional development program designed to strengthen the science within the context of instruction already being offered in the early childhood classroom. The workshop will be filled with hands-on activities and ideas for observing and assessing children’s learning that educators can use immediately. Participants will receive take home materials and equipment, a copy of Dr. Bob Williams’ book Preschool Scientist, as well as a copy of Everybody Needs a Rock by Byrd Baylor. More info…
Are you a teacher and thinking about booking a field trip to the Science Mill? Are you a homeschool teacher and want to learn more about our Homeschool Days? Explore the museum on us Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, August 3-5, and see everything that the Science Mill has to offer! Just show your badge at the admission desk for complimentary admission (1 per badge). Information sessions at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
Grandparents are special... especially when they bring kids to the Science Mill. On the third Friday of every month, grandparents get 50% off the price of their admission when visiting with grandchildren.
Shot on location in the jungles of Borneo, more than 40 insects are captured in minute detail in this 3D movie. The movie follows the life cycles of the caterpillar known as Papilio and the praying mantis known as Hierodula. As a caterpillar, Papilio dines on leaves, builds a cocoon, and becomes a butterfly before searching for a mate and laying eggs. As a butterfly, she survives by drinking the nectar from flowers. Meanwhile Hierodula catches flies for dinner, sheds his outer layer, and mates with a female mantis twice his size. Bugs! A Rainforest Adventure will only be showing for a limited time. Don't miss this rainforest adventure! More info and movie times.
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