Science Center to sponsor free Conservation Day
Duquesne Light and the Carnegie Science Center are sponsoring a free Conservation Day with environmentally themed programming on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan 21.
All visitors will be given free admission, a free Omnimax film and free parking at the North Shore site.
The Omnimax film is “Coral Reef.” Two live, theater shows, “Home Makeover: Green Edition” and “Captain Green's Time Machine,” also will be part of the festivities.
The live shows are part of the center's Science on the Road program, which is taken to schools.
“Martin Luther King Day is a great time to focus on community, and we're excited to offer a day of fun and learning with a special focus on conservation,” says Ann Metzger, co-director of the science center.
Details: 412-237-3400 or www.carnegiesciencecenter.org.
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