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JANUARY DISCOVERY NIGHT: Exploring The Arctic And Antarctica Featuring Ice Worlds In The Planetarium

JANUARY DISCOVERY NIGHT: Exploring the Arctic and Antarctica featuring Ice Worlds in the Planetarium

DISCOVERY NIGHT: Exploring the Arctic and Antarctica
Featuring, ICE WORLDS in the Planetarium

Thursday, January 4th 6-8pm

Venture to the north and south poles and discover the animals that find their home nearby as we explore the amazing wildlife of the Arctic and Antarctica. Take a visual journey with guest wildlife photographer and explorer, Tom Myers, as we find polar bears, penguins, and more. Find out if you have what it takes to explore a freezing climate and learn about animal survival adaptations.

In the Planetarium: ICE WORLDS
Ice Worlds is a thrilling tour through space and time showcasing some of the most beautiful and chilly regions of the Solar System, including our home planet Earth. Audiences will explore the critical relationships between ice and life – “a tale of friend and foe, enabling, challenging, supporting, and adapting” – that has developed over millions of years. Runtime: 28 min | Suitable for: ages 10-adult
In the Makers Space: Discover Dry Ice
In the Pre-School Classroom: Hands-on Art Making
$2 per person suggested donation

Discover more LASC events in the EVENTS CALENDAR.

Discovery Night is Sponsored by:

PNC Bank

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