Posted by: Discovery Science Center Blog | September 1, 2009

Our Robots are Preparing to Say “Good-Bye!”

Robots and Us

As the end of summer nears and the new school year approaches, Labor Day Weekend is your last chance to find out why summer at Discovery Science Center has been so exciting. Our summer exhibit, Robots and Us, is open through Labor Day – September 7 – less than a week away! If you haven’t made it down to see what robots can teach you, be sure to visit this weekend. The Robot Arm is still ready to take you on in a race of shapes and there are plenty of Jitterbug robots left to be created. In addition, our Smokey Bear and Woodsy Owl: Home Sweet Home exhibit is also open until October 4. As we enter fire season in Southern Kid-FishingCalifornia, it’s the perfect time to teach the little ones about fire safety. Finally, the Science of Hockey, our newest permanent exhibit, is a great way to prepare for the new hockey season, which is right around the corner! To make the most of our last weekend of summer, purchase your tickets online here!

So, what’s in store for Fall at DSC? Head to Toe, a new temporary exhibit all about the science under your skin, opens October 3. Check out skulls and skeletons, brains and bones, eyes and ears, and livers and lungs to find out how they all function. Sound creepy? It gets even spookier on October 17 when our annual Fall exhibition, Spooky Science: Skeletons, opens. This year’s theme is “El Dia De Los Muertos” and is sure to spook you and inner scientist out! Finally, FSEA’s annual Pumpkin Launch will take place on October 31st at Cal State Fullerton’s Titan Stadium. Join us for flying pumpkins, a pumpkin carving contest and other family-friendly activities.

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