Spooky Science and
Science come together in October at Imagination Station
The entire month of October, Spooky Science is haunting
Imagination Station. Guests can explore the hair-raising,
bone-chilling, spine-tingling science of Halloween while
learning about chemistry, physics and biology.
Sloan Mann, Assistant Director
of STEM Education, said, “Science has been used for years to
create many of the 'spooky' effects that are often associated
with Halloween. Spooky Science is a great opportunity to get
people excited about science and show how everyday items can be
used to produce surprising effects.”
Guests can experiment with Bloody Handprints, Slime, Ghost
Crystals, Boo Bubbles and Fake Wounds. Each weekend in October,
The Doctor and his assistant, Igor, will perform a Spooky
Science Demonstration on Fridays at 3:30 p.m. and Saturdays and
Sundays at 1:30 p.m.
Imagination Station hosts its annual members-only Halloween
party, Monster Bash, on October 24 from 6 – 8 p.m. Members can
experiment with spooky activities, show off their costumes in a
costume parade, meet Dr. Insecta and more.