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Discovery Science Center Day of the Dead

Santa Ana’s Discovery Science Center is hosting a Day of the Dead exhibit starting on Oct. 17, through Nov. 8, called “Skeletons.”



Here are the details about this event, from the Discovery Science Center’s website:

Spooky Science: Skeletons.  October 17 – November 8: Mixing science, art and culture, our newest exhibition will showcase the science under your skin! Spooky Science: Skeletons will highlight “Dia de los Muertos” art and activities, while incorporating hands-on science lessons. Special events will be held on weekends throughout the exhibition.

Examine skeletons of all kinds and explore the differences between human bones and a variety of animal bones to see how science operates beneath your skin. It’s is a SPOOKtacular good time!

Haunting Hands-On Activities:

Solve a forensic science mystery
Piece together a skeleton
Play a larger-than-life size Operation-style game
Participate in fun science experiments
Explore a spooky 3-D maze

Spooky Science: Skeletons is part of our special Fall exhibition – Head to Toe: All About Your Body.

Click here to buy tickets online.

Incidentally, this Monday, Oct. 5, is a FREE DAY at the Discovery Science Center, for Santa Ana residents.

Here are the details about the upcoming FREE DAY:

Monday October 5, 2009, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

(This event repeats every month on the first Monday.)

Location: 2500 North Main Street Santa Ana
Street: 2500 North Main Street
City State Zip: Santa Ana, CA 92705
Phone: Main Number: 714-542-CUBE

Notes:

Main Number: 714-542-CUBE

Parking $3

Limit 3 children with each free adult

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The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

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