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Feb
1
Fri
NightLab: Brainfreeze @ MOST
Feb 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

The brain is the body’s most complex organ – but how much do you really know about how yours works? Enjoy a cold winter night at the MOST testing and training your brain as you discover how its more than 80 billion nerve cells grow and connect to make you YOU! So bundle up and head to the MOST for a night of neuroscience at NightLab: Brainfreeze, where you can:

  • Consider alcohol’s effect on the brain at the cash bar (21+ only) provided by The York
  • Fuel your brain with pizza slices from Peppino’s
  • Enjoy frozen liquid nitrogen ice cream
  • Solve brain-busting puzzles to break out of our Neuro-Escape Room
  • Test your reaction time in a virtual contest against Ayumu the Chimpanzee
  • Build your own neuron
  • Challenge your brain with multi-tasking and optical illusion activities
  • Explore all the exhibits at the MOST, including the selfie station at the Big Brain
  • And much more!

NightLab is for adults age 18 and over. Valid ID required for entry.

Cost: $12 for MOST members & $15 for nonmembers. Ticket includes one (1) Brainfreeze Slushie cocktail and one (1) raffle prize entry. Buy tickets with ticket link or call 315.425.9068.

Parking is available on the street free of charge starting at 5 p.m. as well as in the Trolley Lot located behind the MOST. Cash bar presented by The York.

Feb
9
Sat
Contributing Factors: How Annie Easley Reached NASA @ MOST
Feb 9 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Join us for the opening of the new SUN AS ART: Photos from the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory exhibit at the MOST, and a special performance in the Bristol Omnitheater of “Contributing Factors: How Annie Easley Reached NASA” from Syracuse Stage’s Backstory program.

Included with paid exhibit admission ($12/adult & $10/child). Tickets are required.

Description:

The Backstory program is a live, interactive and creative history lesson for upper elementary students through adults. Actors visit classrooms and other venues to bring historical characters to life. Audiences have the unique opportunity to interact with the character following the performance.

Our historical figure this year is Annie Easley, an African American computer scientist, mathematician, and rocket scientist. She was one of the first African American computer scientists to work for NASA and helped develop the programming for the Centaur rockets.

Roughly 45 minutes in length.

Tickets:

Member Tickets

Nonmember Tickets

Feb
18
Mon
The Basics of Building: Bridges, 3D Printers, and Beyond @ MOST
Feb 18 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

What kind of structures can support the most weight? What forces limit our ability to build, create, and engineer the world around us? Discover the answers to these and other engineering and design questions in this special Break Week Make-and-Take workshop where together with MOST staff, families can explore the basics of building through 3D printing, balsa wood bridge testing, and more!

COST: $10 per child, accompanying parents free. General Admission to the MOST is required and will be charged for each visitor upon entry to the museum.

20 maximum attendees per session.

Feb
19
Tue
The Basics of Building: Bridges, 3D Printers, and Beyond @ MOST
Feb 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

What kind of structures can support the most weight? What forces limit our ability to build, create, and engineer the world around us? Discover the answers to these and other engineering and design questions in this special Break Week Make-and-Take workshop where together with MOST staff, families can explore the basics of building through 3D printing, balsa wood bridge testing, and more!

COST: $10 per child, accompanying parents free. General Admission to the MOST is required and will be charged for each visitor upon entry to the museum.

20 maximum attendees per session.

Feb
20
Wed
The Basics of Building: Bridges, 3D Printers, and Beyond @ MOST
Feb 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

What kind of structures can support the most weight? What forces limit our ability to build, create, and engineer the world around us? Discover the answers to these and other engineering and design questions in this special Break Week Make-and-Take workshop where together with MOST staff, families can explore the basics of building through 3D printing, balsa wood bridge testing, and more!

COST: $10 per child, accompanying parents free. General Admission to the MOST is required and will be charged for each visitor upon entry to the museum.

20 maximum attendees per session.

Feb
21
Thu
The Basics of Building: Bridges, 3D Printers, and Beyond @ MOST
Feb 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

What kind of structures can support the most weight? What forces limit our ability to build, create, and engineer the world around us? Discover the answers to these and other engineering and design questions in this special Break Week Make-and-Take workshop where together with MOST staff, families can explore the basics of building through 3D printing, balsa wood bridge testing, and more!

COST: $10 per child, accompanying parents free. General Admission to the MOST is required and will be charged for each visitor upon entry to the museum.

20 maximum attendees per session.

Feb
22
Fri
The Basics of Building: Bridges, 3D Printers, and Beyond @ MOST
Feb 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

What kind of structures can support the most weight? What forces limit our ability to build, create, and engineer the world around us? Discover the answers to these and other engineering and design questions in this special Break Week Make-and-Take workshop where together with MOST staff, families can explore the basics of building through 3D printing, balsa wood bridge testing, and more!

COST: $10 per child, accompanying parents free. General Admission to the MOST is required and will be charged for each visitor upon entry to the museum.

20 maximum attendees per session.

Apr
12
Fri
TAP into the MOST @ MOST
Apr 12 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

SAVE THE DATE! TAP into the MOST is the Museum’s premier beer, wine and spirits tasting event with amazing food from your local favorites! Join us for a night of fun to support science education programs!

Regular ticket price is $60, and VIP ticket price is $90. Additional ticketing details can be found by clicking the event link. A limited number of tickets will be sold again this year.

TAP into the MOST 2018 and 2017 sold out, so do not hesitate to purchase tickets now! Must be 21 & over with proof of valid ID to attend.