Saturday, July 9, 2016

Get Scared at the Natural Science Museum

My kids enjoy the new exhibit at the Natural Science Museum; more so than a few of the past exhibits. It's called "Goosebumps", and is an exploration of the things that frighten us, and how living creatures react when startled. Fight or flight stuff.  If you haven't taken the kids to see the exhibit, the heat of the Summer is a good time.  It's air conditioned in there.

Here is the schedule of the upcoming Fun Fridays. I believe these special programs run from 10 a.m. to noon on the dates noted:

Fun Fridays are interactive, hands-on programs in conjunction with our current exhibit, "Goosebumps: The Science of Fear" on Fridays. July 15"Fight, Flight, or Freeze" Learn how animals communicate their own signs of fear. July 22"Swamp Things" What is wooded, dark, watery, and the stage for more than a few scary movies? Swamps! Explore a few of the phobia inducing aspects of the swamp. July 29"A Smorgasbord of Fear" What frightens you and why? Face an array of fears presented in the "Goose Bumps: The Science of Fear" exhibit, with the museum's teen volunteers as your guides! 

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