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Science Center back in school with 21+ night

 


Carnegie Science Center’s next 21 + night will have guests heading back to class, and leaving the kids at home at the 21 + Back to School happens on Friday, Sept. 16, from 6–10 p.m.

Patrons are encouraged to pick out their best back to school outfits and snap a “school picture” in front of the Science Center’s green screen. Other activities include the chance to spend time in the computer lab playing classic games like Oregon Trail.

A giant parachute will be available so participants can relive some gym class memories, or relive their favorite field trip by attending the live demonstration show “High Voltage” in the Works Theater.

Along with the chance to explore the exhibits, classic classroom science demonstrations will also be on display. Guests can try their hand at building aluminum foil boats, making slime, or setting off a “volcano” powered by baking soda and vinegar. Science class memories continue with a frog dissection in the Body Stage and episodes of “Bill Nye the Science Guy” will be playing in the Science Stage.

21+ Night features cash bars, snacks available for purchase, and the chance to experience the exhibits with no kids. Participants get a discount on laser shows that evening.

Proper identification is required, and all guests must show ID at the door. Tickets cost $10 in advance, and $15 at the door.

For more information and to register, visit CarnegieScienceCenter.org.

 

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