Mythbusters and Story Telling at Imagination Station

STEM programs to help stimulate your child’s scientific curiosity at Imagination Station

The popular exhibit, Mythbusters: The Explosive Exhibition, continues through  April 30. Using the scientific method, the exhibit looks for the truth behind popular urban legends, showing visitors gadgets, props, videos, blueprints and interactive displays.

“It’s exciting to see how immersed our visitors have become in the MythBusters experience,” said Lori Hauser, Chief Executive Officer for Imagination Station. “That sense of discovery and trial and error is what makes this exhibition so engaging and educational. ”

Bring your child to an exciting, Interactive Story Time at 11am Tuesday-Saturday and at 1pm Sundays. The Early Childhood Program at Imagination Station has created a Little KIDSCAPE for kindergarten age and younger. During April, four books will be featured: 

“Pirates Don’t Take Baths" by John Segal— wear a newspaper hat and talk like a pirate. (April 5-10)

“Of Colors and Things” by Tana Hoban— take home your own color wheel. (April 12-17)

“Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak— be royalty with your very own crown. (April 19-24)

“The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister— color a fish and give her one special scale. (April 26-May 1) 

Imagination Station, 1 Discovery Way.
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