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Science Party for Adults


Contact:  Bonnie Keet,co-founder FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

                431-0773

      bonniekeet@sccmod.org





SANTA CRUZ CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF DISCOVERY HOLDS ADULT SCIENCE NIGHT OF FUN :


A Science Night for Adults? How awesome is that!?


Come get a behind-the-scenes look at what some busy exhibit planners have been up to at the Santa Cruz Children's Museum of Discovery (MOD), an emerging children's museum. Munch on sumptuous appetizers and enjoy fine wines. Sumo wrestle with LEGO NXT robots, make mini rockets, fly remote control helicopters around the room and join in on countless engaging science activities that will make you feel like a curious kid again.




Spend time with local celebrities:


Mayor Hilary Bryant

Penny Icecreamery Owner Kendra Baker

Singer/Songwriter Keith Greeninger

Surf Celebrity Wingnut

Local Glitterattis Margaret Leonard and Clare Sheils

City Councilman David Terrazas




In other words, come play with us!


When: Friday, Nov 1 from 6 pm- 9 pm


Where: Holy Cross Parish Hall, 170 High Street/ Santa Cruz, CA 95060


Adults only this time! There will be a sliding scale of $50 - $100 per person for the event.


The Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of Discovery (MOD for short) is an emerging museum project that draws on these strengths to provide fun, hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for children and families. This permanent learning center will offer interactive exhibits and programs that explore the natural, cultural, and scientific worlds. MOD will become an integral part of childhood for current and future Santa Cruz County generations, and it will also attract families visiting the area.


Over the past year, a core group of community volunteers has laid a strong foundation, forming the MOD Board of Directors and Advisory Committee and securing nonprofit status. More than 350 area leaders and community members have pledged their support for the project. 


For more information on this event visit: www.sccmod.org

Michael A. Lewis October 27, 2013 at 10:18 PM
$50!?! I guess science is only for the rich!

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