Arizona Science Center is excited to offer FREE general admission on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15 courtesy of Fry's Food Stores to all that have a curious mind about science! Guests will be able to roam around all four levels of the Center’s hands-on science galleries. In addition to FREE general admission, guests can enjoy shows in the Irene P. Flinn Giant Screen Theater and Dorrance Planetarium for only $5. The Science Center will host a variety of hands-on demonstrations and activities throughout the weekend (will vary per day).

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 - 8:30am to 5:00pm
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Arizona Science Center is excited to offer FREE general admission on Saturday, September 14 and Sunday, September 15 courtesy of Fry's Food Stores to all that have a curious mind about science! Guests will be able to roam around all four levels of the Center’s hands-on science galleries. In addition to FREE general admission, guests can enjoy shows in the Irene P. Flinn Giant Screen Theater and Dorrance Planetarium for only $5. The Science Center will host a variety of hands-on demonstrations and activities throughout the weekend (will vary per day).

Date: 
Saturday, September 14, 2019 - 8:30am to 5:00pm
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It shelters 1,300 bird species, 3,000 types of fish and 40,000 species of plants.

Did you know that the Amazon is home to all of this and more? That’s right! The Amazon has a uniquely rich and diverse ecosystem.

Some of the rainforest’s most well-known residents are poison dart... Read more

The Tramp is from a Phoenix shelter!
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Top Photo: The Tramp is from a Phoenix shelter! Photo credit: The Walt Disney Company

It’s the stuff that movies are made from—Hollywood animal trainers find an adorable dog at a... Read more

Have you ever talked to someone who speaks another language? It’s hard to communicate, right? That is how deaf people feel every day when they try to understand spoken English. The language of deaf people is American Sign Language. It is important to give sign language rights to all deaf people so they can communicate with each other and hearing people.

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It’s 1979—President Jimmy Carter resides in the White House, and Margaret Thatcher becomes Britain’s first female prime minister. Music is big, as are the boom boxes. But a small, INNOVATIVE new cassette player also lets people listen to their tunes wherever they go!

Something New for Kids to Read

In September of that year, a nifty new newspaper rolls off the press here in Arizona, and it’s unlike anything around.

Forty years ago this month, the first edition of Bear Essential News printed and was delivered into the hands of...Read more

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 “Dear Justice League” is a great new book where young fans of the Justice League ask their favorite super heroes questions about what it’s like to be a super hero. Fans want to dig deeper into the lives of these characters and find out what they do when they are not saving the world from bad guys. Kids email personal questions and get some pretty funny answers.

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Saturday, August 17, 2019 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

PowerUP G.I.R.L.s is the perfect introduction to Girl Scouting! With fun activities for girls to try, experience Girl Scouting for yourself. Join us: THIS SATURDAY, August 17 from 10am-12pm at one of 50+ locations throughout Central and Northern AZ. The whole family’s invited!

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