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“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood.

Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”


Recommended for ages 6 and up


Semester One (Sep 14-Jan 25)

  • The Wonders of Pets (Sep 14-Oct 26)

  • Coral Reefs and Critters (Nov 2-Dec 7

  • Get Energized! (Jan 4-25)


Semester Two (Feb 1-May 24)

  • Become the Bees Knees! (Feb 1-Mar 1)

  • What's Beneath Your Feet? (Mar 8-Apr 5)

  • Animals of Australia and Your Own Backyard (Apr 19-May 24)

Image by Joyce McCown

Recommended for ages 9 and up

Semester One (Sep 17-Jan 28)

  • It’s NOT an Okapi, It’s A Gnu! (Sep 17-Oct 29)

  • All About Me and My Amazing Body (Nov 5-Jan 28)


Semester Two (Feb 4-May 27)

  • Eggs-perimental Science (Feb 4-25)

  • Is the Lion Truly the King of the Jungle? (Mar 4-Apr 22)

  • Hands-On Ultimate Science (but don’t blow up the house!) (Apr 29-May 27)


Recommended for ages 11 and up

Semester One (Sep 16-Jan 27)

  • Fun Physics: Prepare to be Shocked! (Sep 16-Nov 4)

  • Surfing the Waves (Light and Sound, not Water), Earthquakes, and More (Nov 11-Jan 27)


Semester Two (Feb 3-May 26)

  • Atom Adventures: The Importance of Being Positive (Feb 3-Mar 24)

  • Ecology: Can You Hear the Plants and Animals Talking? (Mar 31-May 26)


Recommended for ages 13 and up

Semester One (Sep 13-Jan 24)

  • The Physics Phenomenon (Sep 13-Nov 1)

  • Charge Up Your Magnetic Personality (Nov 8-Jan 24)

Semester Two (Jan 31-May 23)

  • Anatomy: The Wonder of You (Jan 31-Mar 14)

  • Pseudo Sciences: Are they Real or Fake? (Mar 21-Apr 25)

  • Science in the Movies: Impossible, or Possible? (May 2-23)

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