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Snow Day Camps

Just like our regular School's Out Science Camps (which run during Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring breaks) when school is out because of snow, we offer full days rich with hands-on content for your little scientists. Watch our website and social media or sign-up...
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Noon Years

Kentucky Science Center's New Year's tradition continues for another year with our rocket-themed celebration: "Launch into 2018!" As always, all activities are included in general admission or membership; no advanced tickets required. Kentucky Science Center’s...
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MakerPlace

Spring MakerPlace Programs

Tinker, hack, design, and build - the Maker movement empowers the next generation of inventors and MakerPlace gives them the tools to explore their creative ideas. Classes are designed for third grade and up, with family-friendly options for boys and girls or just...
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Member Family Science Night

Get Tickets! It’s party time: our annual FREE members-only family science night is Tuesday December 19th, with activities from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Play in the exhibits after hours, see activities and demos that we don’t bring out every day, enjoy discounted...
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Science With A Twist

Science Since ’77

Get ready to dress to the max, get down to throwback vinyl, and DO SCIENCE! We're celebrating 40 years in our Main Street location by taking our annual fundraising event back in time! Can you dig it? • Boogie down in our funky 1st Floor Disco • Enjoy...
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Coding Days

Kentucky Science Center's Coding Days on December 8th and 9th invites guests to learn the “language that powers the world!” Visitors can expect to gain a broader understanding of the impact of coding on our everyday lives. Like other STEM career days,...
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MakerPlace

Winter MakerPlace Programs

Tinker, hack, design, and build - the Maker movement empowers the next generation of inventors and MakerPlace gives them the tools to explore their creative ideas. Classes are designed for third grade and up, with family-friendly options for boys and girls or just...
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