Parents and children will be treated to an exploration under the sea without needing to zip-up a wet suit, or suction on a mask and snorkel. The evening will include labs, crafts and more -- possibly even a close encounter.
Activities include sand art, squid dissection, music and dancing, face painting and gem panning. Planetarium show and miniature golf included.
All attendees will be able to explore Mazes, the Science Center's newest traveling exhibit. Mazes winds its way over 9,000 square-feet with more than 60 puzzling experiences that inspire endless hours of exploration and ingenuity.
Visitors will have the opportunity to run a marathon with their fingers on the Finger Mazes; become a "webmaster" by climbing through an intricate web of ropes in the Web Maze; get lost in a network of color in the Color Maze; and conquer puzzling perplexities in the Maze of Illusions, where what you see may not be what you get!
For more information visit www.sfsciencecenter.org or call 561-832 -1988.
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