First Friday science spectacular (ongoing from Mar. 6)

March 2, 2009

m-with-class-mascotIf your kids are fans of the whirring, clanking, humming sensory overload that is the Saint Louis Science Center, you’re going to like the new extended hours on the first Friday of every month (Mar. 6). Not only will the regular Friday 4:30 p.m. closing time be extended until 9:30, but special demonstrations, movies, guest speakers and (starting next month) telescope viewings will also be part of the action. Most activities are free, though the usual fees apply for movies, Segway tours and special exhibits. This Friday, for example, marks the opening of the movie Fly Me to the Moon, an animated version of the Apollo 11 mission.

To see a full list of First Friday activities, visit the homepage; if you have other questions, call 314.289.4464.  Don’t forget that you can save the $8 parking fee if you use the lots or streets on the north side of the museum!

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One Response to “First Friday science spectacular (ongoing from Mar. 6)”

  1. Phyllis Says:

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