Through generous funding from the Universal Foundation, the Orlando Science Center has been able to create new programming designed to highlight the importance of water conservation and environmental stewardship. The Big Drip, the first of the three programs funded by the Universal Foundation, premiered on January 22 in Dr. Dare's Laboratory.

Guests began the workshop by competing in a water trivia game using Qwizdom paddles. Next, guests examined the effects of pollution by using simulated contaminants to make a mess. Finally, guests were challenged to create their own water filters using everyday materials to see how clean they could get the water.

Check out our website for a schedule of events to see the next time you can experience The Big Drip and other new programs!


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