Health & Fitness
The mission of the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is "to educate, incite and entertain learners of all ages in the sciences and humanities by actively engaging them in the exploration of astronomy, aviation, Earth and space science."
Our guest, Jeanne Gerulskis will share with us 'What's up at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center?' We will first look back at 2019 for a short discussion on the challenges and accomplishments as well as a recap of the year's events and exhibits. Since 2013 when the Discover Center became a nonprofit corporation, they have served over 250,000 people from the general public, schools, facility rentals, and workshops.
Looking ahead to 2020, the center will focus on improving and adding to its regular feature events that include Super Stellar Friday Night (night sky observing, galleries and exhibits open, planetarium show, lecture/program); Community Night Out (21+ event and a game night event); Homeschool Night; Scout Overnights; along with the regular gallery exhibits and shows. Stop by the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center and be sure to visit them on the web at www.starhop.com.
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The Currier Museum of Art
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National Children's Dental Health Month
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Five Healthy Eating Tips for the New Year
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