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Enjoy Some Discovery This President’s Day

Enjoy Some Discovery This President’s Day

Enjoy Some Discovery This President’s Day

What’s Happening
At Pacific Science Center
February 17, 2011

Holiday/School Break Hours

President’s Day Weekend is here and that means Pacific Science Center is in holiday
mode. We will be open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday through Monday, February 19-21. In
addition, we will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, February 22-25 as some
area schools will be on mid-winter break. So, be sure to add some discovery as
you make your holiday plans.

Break Camps

Speaking of mid-winter break from school, Pacific Science Center once again offers
some great camps that will get your heart pounding and mind captivated. Winter Treks:
Search & Rescue and WinterGreen are just two of the fascinating topics covered for

Make Summer Plans Now
Yes, we’re just getting to the mid-winter break, but many families are already signing
up for spring and summer camps. Our brand new spring/summer camps guide is now available
on our website and many of you might have also seen it in this morning’s Seattle
Times. Judging by the early demand, many camps will sell out. So make your plans

Tricky Transportation

This March, Pacific Science Center, Seattle City Council and Streets For All Seattle
will co-host two community discussions about the role transportation plays in the
City Council’s priority issue of making Seattle a carbon-neutral city. Let us know
your thoughts on local transit and help us shape these events by filling out this

President’s Day Laser Shows
Looking for something special to do on Monday, President’s Day? How about a matinee
show inside Pacific Science Center’s famous Laser Dome? At 1:45 p.m. it’s Laser
Queen, at 2:45 p.m. we have Laser Michael Jackson and at 3:45 p.m. it’s Laser Beatles.
If you’ve never seen a show by our world class laser artists, this is a great way

Will ‘Number Four’ Survive?
One of the most exciting films this year opens tomorrow, February 18 at Pacific
Science Center’s Boeing IMAX Theater. Aliens with special powers, wild chases, directed
by the guy who brought us Disturbiaand Eagle Eye, and produced by Michael Bay. I
Am Number Four:The IMAX Experience will have you on the edge of your seat. More

Slough News: Naturalist In Training
The Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center in Bellevue is now recruiting for
our Naturalist in Training program. This is ideal for high school students who are
interested in working with kids and like to be outdoors. This program helps teens
attain valuable skills while meeting school service learning hour requirements.
Accepted teens will attend two required Saturday trainings in May and assist with
two week-long summer camps at the Slough. Our camp programs run 10 weeks in the
summer from the last week of June through the end of August. Contact [email protected]
if you are interested. Applications are due March 31.

Give Opinions, Help Science Education
Pacific Science Center has formed a partnership with Op4G (Opinions for Good), a
in paid activities while providing additional funding to a non-profit of their choice.
It’s a win-win for us all. And if we get 500 Pacific Science Center supporters to

PacSci-Doku: “Earth Like”
Our latest bi-weekly science word puzzle is another tricky one. This time we take
you to deep space with a combination of letters, numbers and astronomy. Can you

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Holiday Hours
Sat-Sun 10a-6p
President’s Day 10a-6p
Tues-Fri 10a-5p

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  February 17, 2011
President’s Day Weekend is here and that means Pacific Science Center is in holiday mode. We will be open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday through Monday, February 19-21. In addition, we will be open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, February 22-25 as some area schools will be on mid-winter break. So, be sure to add some discovery as you make your holiday plans.

Speaking of mid-winter break from school, Pacific Science Center once again offers some great camps that will get your heart pounding and mind captivated. Winter Treks: Search & Rescue and WinterGreen are just two of the fascinating topics covered for grades 1-8. We still have some openings for next week, but don’t wait. More 

This March, Pacific Science Center, Seattle City Council and Streets For All Seattle will co-host two community discussions about the role transportation plays in the City Council’s priority issue of making Seattle a carbon-neutral city. Let us know your thoughts on local transit and help us shape these events by filling out this brief survey.  

Looking for something special to do on Monday, President’s Day? How about a matinee show inside Pacific Science Center’s famous Laser Dome? At 1:45 p.m. it’s Laser Queen, at 2:45 p.m. we have Laser Michael Jackson and at 3:45 p.m. it’s Laser Beatles. If you’ve never seen a show by our world class laser artists, this is a great way to get introduced to this fascinating art form. More
One of the most exciting films this year opens tomorrow, February 18 at Pacific Science Center’s Boeing IMAX Theater. Aliens with special powers, wild chases, directed by the guy who brought us Disturbia and Eagle Eye, and produced by Michael Bay. I Am Number Four: The IMAX Experience will have you on the edge of your seat. More
The Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center in Bellevue is now recruiting for our Naturalist in Training program. This is ideal for high school students who are interested in working with kids and like to be outdoors. This program helps teens attain valuable skills while meeting school service learning hour requirements. Accepted teens will attend two required Saturday trainings in May and assist with two week-long summer camps at the  Slough. Our camp programs run 10 weeks in the summer from the last week of June through the end of August. Contact [email protected] if you are interested.  Applications are due March 31.
Our latest bi-weekly science word puzzle is another tricky one. This time we take you to deep space with a combination of letters, numbers and astronomy. Can you solve the “Earth Like” edition of PacSci-Doku?  
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