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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Maryland Science Center November E-News: Upcoming events, Annual Appeal, Fall Hours & more!


Smashing Pumpkins
Not sure what to do with that post-Halloween Jack O Lantern? We have the answer—drop it off our roof. During the next First Friday on November 1st, in addition to $8 admission we'll be smashing pumpkins, making catapults, and listening to live music.  MORE

Science On Tap
The Science Center's continuing education series featuring adult beverages takes place on November 7th starting at 7pm. Brewing expert Casey Hollingsworth of Fordham & Dominion Brewing Co. will lead the discussion and the consumption. Tickets on sale now. MORE

Celebrate Hallow's Eve

The Maryland Science Center's second annual Hallow's Eve Celebration takes place on Saturday, October 26th starting at 8pm. This year's costume-encouraged event features live bands on three stages, plus live DJ's to accompany star shows in the planetarium and IMAX movies in the theater. The evening, presented by Flying Dog Brewery, The Brewers Art, Union Brewing, Stillwater Artisanal Ales, and WTMD Radio, is a benefit for the Maryland Science Center and Believe in Music. MORE

Celebrate Science Every Day
The Maryland Science Center's Annual Appeal is underway. Gifts to the Annual Appeal provide vital operating support and help to sustain and grow MSC's Education and Outreach programs. Learn more about how you can help. MORE

A Treemendous Workshop
Baltimore Tree Trust will be on hand to lead a discussion on the importance of the tree canopy in Baltimore City. Learn how the urban forest helps the city, the Bay, and contributes to our health and well-being. The event is Saturday, November 9th. MORE

Mummies Unwrapped
Ronn Wade is the Director of Anatomical Service Division at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine, and has devoted his life's work to learning about the living through the dead. On November 14th, Wade will present a multimedia program on the History of Human Preservation. Learn how Science and History merge to help us understand lives lived and perhaps give us a greater understanding and meaning to the lives we live today. Using modern technology and advanced research methods, we can learn more about the past and how we came to the present. Mummies and modern methods of human preservation are used to advance medical education, clinical training and research study to improve our health and well-being. We will look at examples of human preservation over time, some accidental and some intentional. Tickets are available now. MORE


Mummies of the World
Don't miss your chance to see Mummies of the World. The acclaimed national touring exhibition is only at MSC for a limited engagement. It has proven to be very popular with audiences and Baltimore is its final venue. See it today. MORE

Fall Hours
A reminder that the Observatory hours switch to 5:30pm to 9:00pm beginning November 8th. The Observatory is free on Friday evenings. Also, the Maryland Science Center will be closed on Thanksgiving Day.

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