MAKE A PLAYDATE!
Thanks to Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital early-childhood Playdates are back at Kentucky Science Center.
Exclusively for visitors ages 0-4 and their adult caregivers, Playdates take the big kids out of the equation, letting little ones freely investigate, build, experience, and share.
Playdates provide free access to Science in Play powered by PNC Grow Up Great, a progressive, next-generation learning experience that empowers young kids and their families to learn together and for life.
Through their underwriting, Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital helps the Science Center combat school readiness statistics by specifically encouraging families without the resources to regularly visit Science in Play to take advantage of every Playdate as they prepare their children for Kindergarten.
Kentucky Science Center, 727 West Main Street,
Science in Play powered by PNC Grow Up Great
Children ages 0-4 and their families or caregivers
Thursday, October 20 | 5-7 PM
Tuesday, October 25 | 8:30-9:30 AM
Thursday, November 10 | 5-7 PM
Tuesday, November 29 | 8:30-9:30 AM
Thursday, December 15 | 5-7 PM | Theme: Toys!
Tuesday, December 27 | 8:30-9:30 AM | Theme: Toys!
LOOKING FOR MORE EARLY-CHILDHOOD FUN?
Join us for one of our NEW Little Learner Family Camps!
Our Little Learners Family Camps allow children and adults to explore science together. Join us for a variety of science themes designed to foster an early love of learning and provide caregivers creative engagement strategies to encourage curiosity and school readiness.
- All workshops are from 10:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M.
- Cost: $10 for 1 non-member children & 1 adult, $5 for each additional non-member persons; $7 for 1 member child & 1 adult, $3 for additional member persons
THERE ARE EVEN MORE EXCITING THINGS AVAILABLE FOR OUR YOUNGEST GUESTS AND THEIR FAMILIES…
The new SCIENCE IN PLAY is NOW OPEN!
|After implementing two temporary and experimental iterations of Science in Play over the past 3 years, we’ve heard loud and clear that YOU LOVE IT… and we do too!This NEW exhibit envelops the entire first floor, encompassing the space previously dedicated to KidZone and also the central gallery previously home to traveling exhibitions. FIND OUT MORE!|