WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) Calling all that are curious about canines! The next topic in the trendy “Science on Tap” series, Decoding Your Dog, is sure to speak (or bark) to those who consider themselves a dog-lover, pet-parent or fur-baby mommy or daddy. On Thursday, September 11 at 8 p.m. at O’Shea’s Irish Pub, board certified veterinary behaviorist Dr. Lisa Radosta will deconstruct the assumptions, myths and mysteries surrounding our canine companions.
CALLING ALL SCIENCE-SAVVY LADIES
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium announces Ladies Night Out
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MUMMIES, KINGS AND GOLD DEBUT AT SCIENCE CENTER THIS FALL
(West Palm Beach, Fla.) If “Sharknado” still has your head spinning, trying to decipher what is real and what is fake, have no fear, as the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is prepared to set you straight, during its annual Shark Preservation Week. Presented by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, the week-long event starts on Saturday, August 9 and coincides with the always-popular Discover Channel Shark Week.
SCIENCE GETS STEAMY
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium announces next ‘Science on Tap’ – Laws of Attraction: The Science of Sex Appeal
The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is proud to announce the following events and programs for July 2014:
Register Today for Maker Camp at the Science Center!
Every Saturday in July
(WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) “You’re a gem” will take on a whole new meaning for participants of a new South Florida program, as the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is proud to announce the first GEMS Club in the tri-county community. Standing for Girls Excelling in Math and Science, the club will meet every last Tuesday of the month from 5 – 7 p.m., beginning on July 29. Open to girls in grades 3 – 8, the free club gathering is an opportunity to empower youn
SCIENCE CENTER ANNOUNCES $500,000 CULTURAL FACILITIES GRANT FROM STATE
Funds will kick-off phase 2 of capital campaign for Science Center’s west wing improvements
New ‘“A” for Science’ report card program is rewarding budding Einsteins with free admission
(West Palm Beach, FL) Remember the days of getting a $1 for every “A” on your report card. What if your child’s science grades were instead valued at more than $10 every time they received an “A” report card grade in their science class?
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium to host second in series of ‘drink up – get smart’ discussions