The Science Center has a knack for keeping families at heart, and on the holidays this feeling goes into overdrive.
Bring your preschooler out to the Science Center to partake in the educational and enjoyable Holiday Workshop series. These wonderful two hour events take place throughout the year, over various holidays. Put some science in your holidays with a workshop you’re bound to remember.
- Each workshop is $20 for member and $25 for non-members.
Fee is for 1 preschool-aged child and 1 adult.
- Classes are held from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on select Saturdays.
- Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. and program starts promptly at 10:00 a.m.
- Space is limited, reservations are required.
Upcoming Workshops Schedule
Lil’ Frankenstein’s Monster Bash Halloween Workshop - October 26, 2013
Gobble it Up! Thanksgiving Workshop - November 23, 2013
Santa’s Christmas Workshop - December 7 & 14, 2013
Bee Mine Valentine’s Day Workshop - Feb. 8, 2014
A Wee Leprechaun St. Patrick’s Day Workshop - March 15, 2014
Eggtastic Easter Workshop - April 12, 2014
Fire-Crackin’ Fourth of July Workshop - June 28, 2014
Workshop Registration Is Now Easier Than Ever!
Holiday Workshops are using new software! Teaming up with the Active Network, workshop registration can be done online anytime. All the forms are now part of the registration system so it is that much easier to complete the process. Plus the software has automated wait lists and more.
03 March 2010
Posted in Holiday Workshops
Perfect for Your Little Ones
Melanie Turner is one of those people that can brighten up any room she walks into. She is the Early Childhood Interpreter here at the Orlando Science Center who adores her job and the kids she gets to work with. I have the privilege to get to know her a little better and learn about her experiences here at the Science Center.
Melanie started babysitting at the age of 11 where she found a natural love for working with kids. In her college years she volunteered at a preschool where she was able to get her hands on more of an educational aspect. During this time one of her friends told her about a summer camp with the Boy Scouts of America where parents are able to learn and do activities with their family while their young ones are being watched. She jumped on this opportunity and became the Small Fry Director (Preschool Director) at the camp for three years.
Melanie has been with the Orlando Science Center for almost two years now. She loves all of the hands on opportunities she gets to share with the kids. On of her favorite experiences here was Pirates Week. There are many workshops and events like Pirates Week that kids can take part of!