Science Live! Schedule

Our exhibits are designed to inspire curiosity and exploration, our Science Live! programs are designed to bring the exhibits to life. Whether it’s a show in the Darden Adventure Theater or a one-to-one interaction with a volunteer at the Crosby Observatory, our live programs create the kind of impact that can last a lifetime.

Science Live! program schedules are subject to change based on staff availability.
Please call 407.514.2000 before you visit to confirm times and schedule.

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Flat View Friday, November 21, 2014
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Friday, November 21, 2014
Storytime (10:30 am)
Curl up with a good story in Kidstown. After the story, hang around for a craft.


Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Guided Planet Tour (12:00 - noon)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Saturday, November 22, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (11:30 am)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Guided Planet Tour (12:00 - noon)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (1:30 pm)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Dino Safari (3:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (3:00 pm)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Sci Fi Planet Tour (3:30 pm)
Truth is stranger than fiction in this tour of outer space. Many examples of moons and planets from science fiction movies and books can actually be found in our galaxy, and an OSC guide takes you through these space oddities.


Sunday, November 23, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Guided Planet Tour (11:00 am)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it. 


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (11:30 am)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (1:30 pm)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Dino Safari (2:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (3:00 pm)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Sci Fi Planet Tour (3:30 pm)
Truth is stranger than fiction in this tour of outer space. Many examples of moons and planets from science fiction movies and books can actually be found in our galaxy, and an OSC guide takes you through these space oddities. 


Monday, November 24, 2014
Storytime (10:30 am)
Curl up with a good story in Kidstown. After the story, hang around for a craft.


Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (11:30 am)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (1:30 pm)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Tie-Dyed Cabbage Chemistry (3:00 pm)
Learn about science you can do at home in this workshop! Using found materials, you'll learn how to make an acid/base indicator. This workshop is first come, first serve, no charge. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.


Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Storytime (11:15 am)
Curl up with a good story. Afterward, hang around for a craft. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Friday, November 28, 2014
Storytime (10:30 am)
Curl up with a good story in Kidstown. After the story, hang around for a craft.


Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Guided Planet Tour (12:00 - noon)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Saturday, November 29, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Guided Planet Tour (12:00 - noon)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Dino Safari (3:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


Sci Fi Planet Tour (3:30 pm)
Truth is stranger than fiction in this tour of outer space. Many examples of moons and planets from science fiction movies and books can actually be found in our galaxy, and an OSC guide takes you through these space oddities.


Sunday, November 30, 2014
Bat Feeding (11:00 am)
Watch our furry, flying friends eat brunch while learning about their background.  


Guided Planet Tour (11:00 am)
Take a tour of our Solar System without ever leaving the Earth! An OSC guided can transform the Science on a Sphere into any planet in the Solar System and tell you all about it. 


Bat Enrichment (1:00 pm)
Bats are intelligent animals, and as such need changing environments to keep them occupied.  During this program, the staff change the bat’s living quarters and you get to watch the bats’ reaction to the fun and interesting objects or smells that have been added.  


Dino Safari (1:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


Dino Safari (2:00 pm)
Follow an OSC guide as you learn about the amazing, ancient animals that walked the Earth millions of years ago. 


No Place Like Space (2:30 pm)
Follow the Cat in the Hat through the solar system as we read Dr. Seuss’s book No Place Like Space. Each time we visit a new planet in the book, we’ll see it projected on the Science on a Sphere. 


Sci Fi Planet Tour (3:30 pm)
Truth is stranger than fiction in this tour of outer space. Many examples of moons and planets from science fiction movies and books can actually be found in our galaxy, and an OSC guide takes you through these space oddities. 


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