Calendar

Dec
15
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Dec 15 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Electricity Exploration!

  • In this hair raising demonstration, join a Science Educator to explore electricity with balloons, pie tins and a Van De Graaff generator!

December: Mighty Magnets!

  • Learn how magnets work in our Mighty Magnetism demo. Explore and play with everyday objects, and experience eddy currents, magnetism in coins, and more!

January: Meet the MOST’s ball python, Mystic!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Dinomania Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Dec 15 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Saturdays at 2:30 p.m., experience a guided tour of visiting exhibit, Dinomania, with a Science Educator! Travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and learn about the dinosaurs that roamed Earth. Learn where they lived, what they ate and some of their amazing adaptations that helped them survive.  You will feel like more than just a spectator  as you adventure through Dinomania, admiring the T. rex’s fierce jaws and the nest of the  Maiasaura (“Good Mother Lizard”) where her vulnerable young are hatching.

FREE with exhibit admission.

Dec
16
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Dec 16 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Density Discovery!

Why do some things float and others sink? How can one liquid float on top of another or an egg float or sink in water? Does a regular can of soda behave differently than diet soda in water? Come see for yourself with a density discovery demonstration!

December: Fun with Liquid Nitrogen!

January: Kitchen Science: Acids & Bases!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

NASA Hubble Space Telescope Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Dec 16 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

EVERY Sunday at 2:30pm, join a MOST Science Educator for a guided tour of the NASA Hubble Space Telescope exhibit! Learn how the Hubble telescope works as you explore the anatomy of the telescope and scale model. Discuss what Hubble has brought to us on Earth as well as its important discoveries, such as narrowing the Universe’s age range, our understanding of dark energy, and the Universe’s continued expansion! Further explore the James Webb Space Telescope and how its technology will contribute to space discoveries well into the future!

FREE with exhibit admission.

Dec
22
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Dec 22 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Electricity Exploration!

  • In this hair raising demonstration, join a Science Educator to explore electricity with balloons, pie tins and a Van De Graaff generator!

December: Mighty Magnets!

  • Learn how magnets work in our Mighty Magnetism demo. Explore and play with everyday objects, and experience eddy currents, magnetism in coins, and more!

January: Meet the MOST’s ball python, Mystic!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Dinomania Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Dec 22 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Saturdays at 2:30 p.m., experience a guided tour of visiting exhibit, Dinomania, with a Science Educator! Travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and learn about the dinosaurs that roamed Earth. Learn where they lived, what they ate and some of their amazing adaptations that helped them survive.  You will feel like more than just a spectator  as you adventure through Dinomania, admiring the T. rex’s fierce jaws and the nest of the  Maiasaura (“Good Mother Lizard”) where her vulnerable young are hatching.

FREE with exhibit admission.

Dec
23
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Dec 23 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Density Discovery!

Why do some things float and others sink? How can one liquid float on top of another or an egg float or sink in water? Does a regular can of soda behave differently than diet soda in water? Come see for yourself with a density discovery demonstration!

December: Fun with Liquid Nitrogen!

January: Kitchen Science: Acids & Bases!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

NASA Hubble Space Telescope Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Dec 23 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

EVERY Sunday at 2:30pm, join a MOST Science Educator for a guided tour of the NASA Hubble Space Telescope exhibit! Learn how the Hubble telescope works as you explore the anatomy of the telescope and scale model. Discuss what Hubble has brought to us on Earth as well as its important discoveries, such as narrowing the Universe’s age range, our understanding of dark energy, and the Universe’s continued expansion! Further explore the James Webb Space Telescope and how its technology will contribute to space discoveries well into the future!

FREE with exhibit admission.

Dec
29
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Dec 29 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Electricity Exploration!

  • In this hair raising demonstration, join a Science Educator to explore electricity with balloons, pie tins and a Van De Graaff generator!

December: Mighty Magnets!

  • Learn how magnets work in our Mighty Magnetism demo. Explore and play with everyday objects, and experience eddy currents, magnetism in coins, and more!

January: Meet the MOST’s ball python, Mystic!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Dinomania Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Dec 29 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Saturdays at 2:30 p.m., experience a guided tour of visiting exhibit, Dinomania, with a Science Educator! Travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and learn about the dinosaurs that roamed Earth. Learn where they lived, what they ate and some of their amazing adaptations that helped them survive.  You will feel like more than just a spectator  as you adventure through Dinomania, admiring the T. rex’s fierce jaws and the nest of the  Maiasaura (“Good Mother Lizard”) where her vulnerable young are hatching.

FREE with exhibit admission.

Dec
30
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Dec 30 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Density Discovery!

Why do some things float and others sink? How can one liquid float on top of another or an egg float or sink in water? Does a regular can of soda behave differently than diet soda in water? Come see for yourself with a density discovery demonstration!

December: Fun with Liquid Nitrogen!

January: Kitchen Science: Acids & Bases!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

NASA Hubble Space Telescope Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Dec 30 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

EVERY Sunday at 2:30pm, join a MOST Science Educator for a guided tour of the NASA Hubble Space Telescope exhibit! Learn how the Hubble telescope works as you explore the anatomy of the telescope and scale model. Discuss what Hubble has brought to us on Earth as well as its important discoveries, such as narrowing the Universe’s age range, our understanding of dark energy, and the Universe’s continued expansion! Further explore the James Webb Space Telescope and how its technology will contribute to space discoveries well into the future!

FREE with exhibit admission.

Jan
5
Sat
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Jan 5 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Electricity Exploration!

  • In this hair raising demonstration, join a Science Educator to explore electricity with balloons, pie tins and a Van De Graaff generator!

December: Mighty Magnets!

  • Learn how magnets work in our Mighty Magnetism demo. Explore and play with everyday objects, and experience eddy currents, magnetism in coins, and more!

January: Meet the MOST’s ball python, Mystic!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

Dinomania Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Jan 5 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

Saturdays at 2:30 p.m., experience a guided tour of visiting exhibit, Dinomania, with a Science Educator! Travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and learn about the dinosaurs that roamed Earth. Learn where they lived, what they ate and some of their amazing adaptations that helped them survive.  You will feel like more than just a spectator  as you adventure through Dinomania, admiring the T. rex’s fierce jaws and the nest of the  Maiasaura (“Good Mother Lizard”) where her vulnerable young are hatching.

FREE with exhibit admission.

Jan
6
Sun
Science Demonstration @ MOST
Jan 6 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Experience science demonstrations with a MOST Science Educator every weekend! Every month will feature a different topic:

November: Density Discovery!

Why do some things float and others sink? How can one liquid float on top of another or an egg float or sink in water? Does a regular can of soda behave differently than diet soda in water? Come see for yourself with a density discovery demonstration!

December: Fun with Liquid Nitrogen!

January: Kitchen Science: Acids & Bases!

Monthly demonstration themes subject to change.

FREE with exhibit admission!

NASA Hubble Space Telescope Exhibit Tour @ MOST
Jan 6 @ 2:30 pm – 3:00 pm

EVERY Sunday at 2:30pm, join a MOST Science Educator for a guided tour of the NASA Hubble Space Telescope exhibit! Learn how the Hubble telescope works as you explore the anatomy of the telescope and scale model. Discuss what Hubble has brought to us on Earth as well as its important discoveries, such as narrowing the Universe’s age range, our understanding of dark energy, and the Universe’s continued expansion! Further explore the James Webb Space Telescope and how its technology will contribute to space discoveries well into the future!

FREE with exhibit admission.