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Memberships do not include special engagement exhibitions. Complimentary guest passes, consignment vouchers, discount offers and reciprocal member admissions are not accepted during major special events such as but not limited to Otronicon and Blockbuster Exhibits. Free parking not applied to overflow parking lots in surrounding areas.
Memberships are valid one year from date of purchase. OSC youth are considered ages 3-18 and must be listed on the membership application. Two membership cards per family will be filled out in the primary member's name. Free admission benefit does not apply when a member visits with a group or tour. Free admission benefit does not apply when a student visits with a school. Memberships are nonrefundable and nontransferable.
10 November 2011
Posted in Member News
More than 1,700 guests of all ages joined the Science Center to celebrate Halloween during the Spooktacular Science Extravaganza on Sunday, October 30. Trick or treating took place on every floor supported by themed activities.
There were strange new creatures that emerged from the NatureWorks lagoon, a giant stilt walker, and chances to decorate your own mask, enjoy facepainting or learn makeup tricks with fake scars and bruises. Guests could even play a round of Bloody Bingo or channel your own mad scientist with demonstrations featuring liquid nitrogen and dry ice.
For those that didn’t want to be scared, but wanted to see someone scary talented, local guitar whiz kid Alex Ivanov played two sets that day in the guitar exhibit.