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Creatures, Slime, Punkin’ Chunkin’ Headline Spooktacular At Discovery

October 25th, 2016 · No Comments · Best of Bridgeport, News and Events

News release:

A not-so-spooky, family-fun day filled with exotic and slithery creatures, edible bugs, exploding pumpkins, and a competitive Punkin’ Chunkin’ match between teams of area Boy Scout Troops will be showcased at Discovery Museum (4450 Park Avenue, Bridgeport) this Saturday, October 29.

Interactive storytelling by children’s author Karen Hall (known as Ms. Karen to area fans), special mythology planetarium shows, lunar demonstrations on Discovery’s “Science on a Sphere” giant 3-D globe, and a full roster of games like witch hat toss and Halloween crafts round out the day.

With half-price admission for children in costume, popular activities for all attendees include Slime stations, ooey-gooey sensory boxes, and live “Mad Science” demonstrations for kids to learn a bit of science while having lots of fun!

Curious Creatures of Branford will present cool creatures and their habitats, from furry and cuddly to crawly and slithery. Face painting, temporary tattoos, glow-in-the-dark spider rings, plenty of prizes and Halloween-themed make-and-takes are planned for family fun, all day long!

“Spooktacular” continues a month full of children’s science events, which commenced with “Explore! Innovate! Play” (attended by nearly 3,000 guests and sponsored by Pitney Bowes and the Pitney Bowes Foundation); included “Aeronautics Day” with drones, kites, RC planes, wind tunnels and flying machines; and will be followed on Election Day with special “Kids Can Vote” activities, make-and-takes, and Planetarium shows.

For grown-up science fun, Discovery will present “Harvest Brew Fest: The Science (and tasting!) of Beer” on Saturday, November 5, 6PM-9PM.

Full schedule available at: 203-372-3521 or www.discoverymuseum.org.

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