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It was an adventurous Member Monday in May when we welcomed performers from IBEX Puppetry as they led interactive movement activities in "Dora & Diego: Let's Explore!"

Every second Monday of the month, Orlando Science Center opens an exhibit one hour early exclusively for members to enjoy themed activities and demonstrations. For more information about Member Monday, call 407-514-2158.

For more information on IBEX Puppetry, visit www.ibexpuppetry.blogspot.com/p/about-ibex.html.

 
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At the March edition of Member Monday, member children and their families enjoyed the acoustic sounds from one half of the Sugarcrash Kids, Joshua Pearson!

Pearson and Jeremiah John Dunlap started the Sugarcrash Kids "to make the world a wee bit brighter," pleasing both young and adult ears with charming songs like "The Potty Song" and "I Got Hiccups."

Learn more at www.SugarcrashKids.com.

 
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We got messy for the first Member Monday of 2015! Member families exercised their creativity by painting using balloons as paint brushes! Also, Nemours Brightstart! offered free reading readiness screenings for the 3-to-5-year-olds.

Join us on Monday, February 9 for our next Member Monday event!

Not a member yet? Call 407.514.2158 or CLICK HERE to learn about member benefits and to join.


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It was so much fun that it was scary at the 11th annual Spooktacular event!

Member families came dressed in their best costumes for a safe Halloween adventure that included trick-or-treating, face painting, spooky science demos and hands-on activities.


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On September 20 the Orlando Science Center premiered the Bats: Myths and Mysteries traveling exhibit. Members got a first glance of the creatures from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in their very own exclusive preview. They had an up-close look at 25 live bats while learning fun facts about these crepuscular creatures.

Guests also got the chance to make their own paper bats to take home and put on display. The Organization for Bats Conservation were on-site sharing their knowledge on how to enjoy our bat friends in the wild. If you didn't get a chance to visit this interactive exhibit yet, come check it out check before it flies away.​

 


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