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TORONTO (December 12, 2019) – It’s the most wonderful time of the year! On December 21, the Ontario Science Centre launches its holiday programming, featuring booming experiments, marvellous machines, mind-bending exhibits and hair-raising fun. With an array of offerings for the whole family, there are so many reasons to make science part of the holiday season.
Here are the top five ways visitors can tap into their inner scientist at the Science Centre while creating memories with family and friends.
1. Experience explosive experiments.
Bang! Pow! Kaboom! The Spectacular Science Show takes the Science Centre’s most brilliant, blazing and booming experiments and rolls them up into one dynamic, live demonstration. Visitors of all ages will delight in experiencing science in a big, engaging and memorable way. The Spectacular Science Show begins on December 27, with shows three times daily.
2. Take in the genius of maker extraordinaire Rowland Emett.
’Tis the season for Dream Machines, inventor Rowland Emett’s whimsical kinetic creations. With their playful names and everyday materials—teacups, birdies and slippers—employed in unusual ways, these mesmerizing machines annually regale holiday visitors. To ensure no fanciful detail goes unnoticed, visitors can take part in a scavenger hunt to look more closely at—and fully appreciate—these ingenious inventions.
3. Find out what makes you, you. (Yes, you read that right.)
Rooted in psychology, MindWorks brings ideas like decision-making, memory and emotions to life through playful, interactive exhibits. Visitors are invited to step into their own mind and explore how they think, feel and react through fully immersive experiences—from writing a song with building blocks to squeezing through unusual shapes to filling a cart in a virtual grocery store.