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Science Through Time

December 31st
Look Towards the Future and Travel Through the Past!

Join us for our final celebration of 2021 as we get ready to welcome in the new year! This daytime event is great for all ages! Learn about how technology, science, and the world around us has changed through time. See how a year is measured, and how we keep track of time. View how our understanding of genetics and DNA has changed, and how we use this knowledge today! Fly around the world with Amelia Earhart and discover the history of travel while looking at different countries!. Do make-and-take science crafts and awesome experiments. End the year with learning and fun!

Time: 10am-4pm

Pricing: Adults: $14, Youths: $12, 3 & under FREE

Members: FREE!

Culture and Science Mix:
Enjoy dance performances from cultures all around the world
Science and culture are not two unrelated phenomena. They have influenced each other all throughout history and still do today. See these traditions expressed through dance and learn about cultures throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South Asia and across the world. 
The History of Science:
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Built around 5,000 years ago, Stonehenge is one of the most fascinating structures from the Bronze Age and was used to tell time through the stars!

Coal Mining

Mining can be dangerous, but with the help of technology over time it has become much safer and allowed us to dig deeper!

Paper Airplane
Amelia Earhart

Travel has advanced drastically in recent history with the use of airplanes. Amelia Earhart made a historic trip as the first woman to solo fly across the Atlantic Ocean!

Making a sand hourglass
Telling Time

How we tell time has changed throughout time too, from hourglasses to digital clocks and everything in between!