Kiki the Eco Elf leads a fun tour showing how people through history have dressed to party, including the science behind the creation of the clothing. She might even give us a glimpse of the science fiction clothing of tomorrow.
Use household objects and the principles of simple machines to build your own Mardi Gras model float. Join in the parade of floats around the science centre.
Use the same science police use to solve crime to investigate the mysteries of the dinosaurs.
See http://www.okscience.ca/pro-d-day-camps/ for prices and info on how to register.
Come see our new exhibit on food waste and what you can do to prevent it. Bring in a donation for the Feed the Valley - there will be a collection basket at the exhibit.
This exhibit made possible by the generous support of the Valley First Community Foundation.
There’s a little mad scientist in all of us. Come indulge your inner mad scientist for a day.
See http://www.okscience.ca/pro-d-day-camps/ for prices and registration info.
Do you like to drive? Would you like help out the Okanagan Science Centre? The OSC is looking for volunteer drivers to deliver staff and equipment to and from outreach bookings. These bookings typically occur in outlying communities such as Kelowna, Salmon Arm, or Peachland. Drivers would be required to supply their own vehicle; the OSC will provide mileage reimbursement, directions, and interesting company for the road. If you are interested in this unique opportunity to be involved please contact Irene at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other volunteer opportunities please see http://www.okscience.ca/volunteer-opportunities/