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Tuesday August 20 2019

    • All Day
    • School/Group Traffic: LOW

    Note to SCI Visitors: Please be aware of school group attendance, which could impact your visit. Today's school group traffic is expected to be LOW. To avoid these groups, plan your visit later in the day! Schools typically depart the building by 2:00 pm.

  • Our youngest visitors can bring their imaginations as an SCI Programs Team member reads under the starry skies.

  • Try skills ranging from sewing to coding – and everything in between! Drop-in activities are held in the Makers Studio every Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am - noon. Each week has a different theme!

    This week, learn the components that work together to make an object move.

    Maker Mornings are included with general admission to SCI.

  • Come check out the colorful, ooey-gooey and other fun experiments we'll mix up.  Program and location subject to change.

  • Put your engineering skills to the test as you compete in brick building challenges!

  • Put your engineering skills to the test as you compete in brick building challenges!

  • Locate constellations and planets, and hear myths of the night sky in this live planetarium program. Program and location subject to change.

  • Here’s your chance to help a WHO-HD Channel 13 meteorologist give today’s live forecast as you learn about weather! Subject to change due to severe weather or technical difficulties.

  • Use tools and materials to create a project based on the weekly theme.

    This week, create movement and kinetic activity using power and motors.

    Workshops are open to all ages, but parent supervision is required for children under 13. Cost: $5 per person.

  • Catch a glimpse of the immense power of the enigmatic forces of our starlit sky — from black holes to exploding stars! Narrated by Patrick Stewart. Program and location subject to change.

  • Put your engineering skills to the test as you compete in brick building challenges!

  • Young visitors can explore how the human body works with a large, soft sculpture doll.

  • This show reveals dark matter's earliest clues, covering the astral choreography of galactic orbits as well as sensitive detectors hidden deep underground in ancient gold mines. Narrated by Tilda Swinton. Program and location subject to change.