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The Connecticut Science Center is proud to welcome Kathleen Kennedy Townsend on October 16 from 6PM to 8PM. The evening will begin with a networking reception, followed by Townsend’s talk, Women Taking Power Seriously, which will touch upon women in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. A brief Q & A session will follow the talk.
Kathleen Kennedy Townsend was the first woman elected Lt. Governor of Maryland. A graduate of Harvard University and the University of New Mexico School of Law, she has served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the United States and is currently Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University’s School of Public Policy.
Networking Reception: 6–6:45 PM
Talk in the Theater with Q & A: 7–8PM
Tickets: $25 Adults, $18 Students, Seniors & Science Center Members
Special thanks to the Petit Family Foundation
The Science Center is an exciting place, bustling with loud sounds and bright lights…but we’re lowering the volume and dimming the lights for Sensory Friendly Day! Families with children on the autism spectrum or with other developmental disabilities can enjoy a fun, safe, comfortable, judgment-free atmosphere. We’ll also provide fun hands-on activities and an understanding staff.
Purchase tickets online in advance for the special rate of $10 per ticket. Tickets will be available at the door for $14. For more information, contact Brit Montmeat, Group Sales Account Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 520-2112.
Travel back in time to see dinosaurs come to life! Meet the plant-eating Argentinosaur, the largest animal to have ever walked the Earth, and its nemesis, the Giganotosaur, a carnivore who could easily challenge the famous T-rex. Travel into space to witness the movement of tectonic plates or the arrival of a comet that will seal the fate of the Dinosaurs. The action is intense and the landscape is out of this world!
Our new interactive exhibits are just the right size for visitors under 7 years old. Our youngest visitors can build their own Tiny Town with soft, super-sized blocks in our KidSpace gallery; touch down in a lunar lander and explore the surface of the moon at Moonwalk in our Exploring Space gallery; and crawl through the forest to see its creatures up close at Critter Corner in our River of Live gallery. These new hands-on experiences are FREE with a Connecticut Science Center Membership or the purchase of General Admission.
Join us daily for fun, interactive live science demonstrations. Get up close and personal with a critter in our marine touch tank or learn about the properties of electricity with our hair-raising Van de Graaff generator. There are dozens of programs on a variety of fascinating science topics. Programs vary and change weekly. Live Gallery Science is free with General Admission or Connecticut Science Center Membership.
Join Connecticut Science Center staff as they read fun, science-themed stories to your little ones. It is the perfect break for children 6 and under. FREE with the purchase of General Admission or a Connecticut Science Center Membership.
Join us to meet real scientists, learn how they became interested in science as young women, and find out where science has taken them—and where it could take you! Programs will feature hands-on science activities.
October 12: Archaeologist Cece Saunders of Historical Perspectives with Archaeology is a puzzle: It’s just outside the box and a bit dirty.
November 8: Physiologist Beth Taylor with Get Moving! How exercise impacts the heart, lungs, muscles and brain.
Weekends – Complete a Women in Science scavenger hunt on your next visit to the Science Center and enter to win a subscription to National Geographic magazine.
Celebrate 5 Sense-ational years of innovation and inspiration at the Connecticut Science Center. The Green Gala is Connecticut’s marquee “green” fundraiser for science education, attended by 700 of the state’s premier education and business leaders. Use all of your senses as you enjoy three floors of tapas dining, amazing cocktails, a wireless silent auction, dancing and more! Early bird tickets are on sale now through July 31 at the reduced rate of $150 per person. After July 31, tickets are $175 per person. Benefactor Tickets are $275 per person and include the President’s Champagne Reception. Purchase tickets online or over the phone by calling Maureen Lord at (860) 520-2154. For sponsorship information, please call (860) 520-2124 or email WGray@CTScienceCenter.org.