8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Mon - Fri
For those outside the local calling area. Payment is due at the time of registration.
Cancellations made 14 days in advance of the workshop date will receive a full refund. Cancellations not made 14 days in advance will not receive a refund.
In case of insufficient registration, Carnegie Science Center reserves the right to cancel any program one week before it begins. All registered participants will receive a full refund.
Mondays and Saturdays from 11 am - noon
Ages 3-5 with an adult helper
Feb. 3 – Science Rocks! – CANCELLED
Get your hands dirty as we explore the science of soil and rocks. Explore the tiniest of pebbles and tallest mountains. Make a rock shake painting, and go on a gem hunt.
Feb. 17 – Nature Exploration
Discover the world around us as we get crafty with nature. Find patterns in nature, make leaf rubbings, and create a winter bird feeder.
March 8 – Powerful Polar Bears
Explore the frozen world of snow and ice and learn how polar bears survive living in the Arctic. Try on a blubber glove and make your very own polar bear to take home.
March 24 – Learn and Glow – CANCELLED
If a firefly can glow, why can’t I? Learn why certain insects and animals can glow and the science of luminescence. Then, make some glow creations of your very own.
April 5 – Up, Up, and Away! – CANCELLED
Explore the thing that surrounds us all, but we can’t see….air! Experiment with air pressure and make a pinwheel.
April 28 – Sink or Float?
Experiment with different objects to find out which ones sink and which ones float. Learn about gravity and buoyancy and make your very own boat. Ahoy, matey!
May 3 – Here Comes the Sun
Welcome the warm spring weather with this workshop about the sun. Uncover why your shadow follows you, create shadow puppets, and make a color-changing sunshine bead bracelet.
May 19 – Bubble Science
Can bubbles be square? Can you actually hold a bubble in your hand? Find out in this fun class on the science of bubbles. Test different bubble solutions and make your own bubble blower.