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DISCOVERY CUBE TO HOST 11TH ANNUAL KIDS’ SUMMER OPPORTUNITY JAMBOREE EVENT ON MARCH 4



The Cube Partners up with Parenting OC Magazine to Showcase Summer Fun and Learning Opportunities for Orange County Families

WHAT: Parenting OC magazine has partnered with Discovery Cube to present the annual Kids’ Summer Opportunities Jamboree event to take place at the iconic Orange County family destination. As the leading hands-on science center for families in Southern California, Discovery Cube will host the Jamboree in the 10,000 square-foot Julianne Argyros Showcase Theater. The Jamboree event is free for all ages. Attendees can also download a free child’s admission coupon to explore Discovery Cube after visiting the Jamboree.

The Jamboree will feature exhibitors specializing in summer fun and learning opportunities for families, including overnight camps, day camps, sports leagues and clinics, outdoor adventures, horse and cattle ranches, surf and swim programs, science and technology camps and more.

In addition to the exhibits, the Jamboree offers a full day of family fun, including meet-and-greet photo opps with Curious George, Jedi knights and those oh-so-popular frozen princesses. Slithery snakes, giant frogs, hairy tarantulas and an alligator from The Reptile Zoo will be competing for attention with hands-on opportunities.

Parenting OC will also host a Cute Kid Cover Contest during the event. Photos will be shared online where the public will vote for the top 10 cutest babies (6 months to 2 years), tots (ages 3 to 5), kids (ages 6 to 9) and tweens (ages 10 to 13). Parenting OC will choose the winner from the finalists and the winner will be featured on the cover of the magazine, which has won national awards for its covers. All nominees are photographed at the event, and will receive a keepsake cover just for entering.

For more information, visit http://parentingoc.com/jamboree/visitor/.

WHEN: Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

WHERE: Discovery Cube, 2500 N Main St, Santa Ana, CA 92705

WHY: Nonprofit Discovery Cube in Orange County inspires and educates young minds through engaging science-based programs and exhibits to create a meaningful impact on the communities they serve. Their mission is brought to life through the cornerstones of their four core initiatives, including: STEM Proficiency, Early Learning, Healthy Living and Environmental Stewardship. The Kids’ Summer Opportunities Jamboree event represents their evolving commitment to expand STEM proficiency by providing entertaining ways to promote education and interactive learning.

 

About Discovery Science Foundation:

The Discovery Science Foundation serves as the educational program-development and fundraising arm for hands-on science learning centers in Orange County, Los Angeles and Newport Beach, California. Established in 1989, the Discovery Cube, presented by Taco Bell, continues to inspire and educate millions of young minds through engaging science-based programs and exhibits. In 2012, the Cube was named one of the 10 “Most Trusted Brands” in Orange County and in 2013 was awarded the National Medal of service from the Institute of Museum and Library Services at The White House. In November 2014, a second nonprofit Discovery Cube offering an exhibit and program mix unique to Los Angeles, opened in the Hansen Dam Recreational Area of the San Fernando Valley. Most recently, Discovery Cube’s Ocean Quest opened in Newport Beach as a base of operations for ocean-science education and programs. For more information, call (866) 552-CUBE (2823) or visit discoverycube.org. Follow the Los Angeles and Orange County campus on social platforms (@DiscoveryCubeLA, @DiscoveryCubeOC).

By Editor

Art Pedroza started Orange County's first political blog, the Orange Juice, back in 2003. He now publishes the top civic blog in Orange County - New Santa Ana, plus other blogs including New Anaheim, New Fullerton and the Irvine News Blog, as well as the OC Politics Blog.

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