What better place to spend a summer Friday or Saturday night than at your favorite science center? The Fleet will be open late every Friday and Saturday night from now until Labor Day. Friday night is for
families, with the opportunity to explore all your favorite exhibits right up until bedtime. Saturday is
Adult Recess, our 21+ night. Adults can check out the latest exhibition,
Pause|Play, while enjoying an adult beverage and hanging out with the crew. We hope to see you here!
Your last chance to see
Great Barrier Reef will soon be upon us!
Witness the birth of baby seahorses, swim with sea turtles and manta rays and discover the unbelievable splendor of fluorescent corals at night, all in the Giant Dome theater.Great Barrier Reef will end on July 4 to make way for a new film opening the next day. Find out all about the new film in the July eUpdate!
On the third Saturday of every month, the Fleet offers
Accessibility Mornings, an opportunity to enjoy the Fleet in a low-sensory environment. Families that could benefit will be able to enter the Fleet an hour before the general public, with a special cool-off space and a modified IMAX screening at 10 a.m. with the house lights on and at a lower soundtrack volume. This month's film:
If you've been curious about 3D printing but didn't know where to start, the Fleet has got you covered. Learn the software to help you code your creation, design something totally unique and watch it get printed before your eyes. The class is available for all ages, but sign-ups are limited so act now.
Spots are filling up fast for Fleet
Summer Camps. Send your young ones to learn about space exploration, the science of superheroes or bugs and other creepy crawlies in our natural environment. They'll be having so much fun they won't even know that they're learning.
Half- and full-day camps are available, as well as computer programming camps at the Fleet through our partners, ThoughtSTEM.
The Fleet's community science program, 52 Weeks of Science, continues to bring exciting science engagement to the community every week of the year. This month come learn about the nature of Tecolote Canyon, slimy sea creatures and "Monkey Math." All events are free and open to the public. Some require pre-registration so check the
website to confirm.