ORLANDO, Fla. – Activities, exhibits and an interactive show await children at the Orlando Science Center’s Kids Night at the Museum event.
The event is returning on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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Children ages 5-12 who take part in the event will be able to enjoy exploring the center’s exhibits, participate in hands-on STEM experiments, and watch a live science show.
“Each event is a unique experience. Attendees on September 24 will check out Canstruction, which is a food drive driven by design! Created with the help of architects, sculptures made of non-perishable food items will be on display through Oct. 2, 2022. All items will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank at the end of the exhibit’s run, so join us to celebrate the good that STEAM education can do,” organizers wrote in a release.
There is limited capacity for Kids Night, so space is reserved on a first come, first served basis.
Click here to learn more and to reserve your child’s spot.
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