Look Around Lubbock: Halloween science carnivals

Look Around Lubbock: Halloween science carnivals

The Science Spectrum is hosting a Spooky Science Carnival on Saturday, October 28 from 5 to 9 p.m. The event is geared for families and kids up to age 14 who are looking for Halloween fun. The museum will also host the Silly Science Carnival for preschoolers on October 31 from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information see the press releases below.

SPOOKY SCIENCE CARNIVAL

One of Lubbock’s largest annual Halloween events, the Spooky Science Carnival at the Science Spectrum, is back again for another exciting year of “spooky, not scary”, safe family fun! The Science Spectrum has long built a tradition of providing great family oriented informal science education and looks forward each year to the fun that Halloween can bring in continuing to explore science with the public. Locally, there is also a great need for safe alternatives to traditional trick-or-treating and “scarier” haunted houses geared for older ages. The Spooky Science Carnival has become the perfect fit for both needs!

The fun all takes place on Saturday, October 28th from 5:00 to 9:00pm. This event is great for families and kids up to age 14 looking for a safe Halloween alternative and a fun, educational party all rolled into one. This year’s Spooky Science Carnival will include:

· Free trick-or-treating in the Lobby

· Carnival Style Games with guaranteed prizes

· Inflatable Bounce House, Obstacle Course, and a Giant Slide

· Creepy Critters live animal display

· Spooky Scientist Show

· Family and Kids Costume Contests

· Hands-on Spooky Science Experiments

· Spooky Science Crafts

· The Haunted Lab! (a “spooky”, not scary experience geared for ages 13 and under)

· Spooky Robotics displays by Monterey High School Engineering Students

· Visitors can tour the entire Science Spectrum Museum.

Schedule for Spooky Science Carnival:

5:00 pm - Carnival, Games and Museum open to the public.

5:30 pm – Spooky Scientist Show

6:15 pm – Spooky Scientist Show (repeat)

7:00 pm – Family & Kids Costume Contests

7:45 pm – Spooky Scientist Show (repeat)

8:30 pm – Spooky Scientist Show (repeat)

9:00 pm – Carnival ends

Admission to the Spooky Science Carnival is included with a regular museum ticket of $8.00 for adults and $6.50 for kids (ages 3 to 12) and seniors (ages 60+).

The Spooky Science Carnival is recommended for families with children up to age 13. No scary costumes please!

SILLY SCIENCE CARNIVAL

Tuesday, Oct. 31st – Silly Science Carnival – 10:00 am to 12:00 noon

An exciting annual Fall fun event just for pre-schoolers! This Fall themed mini-carnival will take place in the Science Spectrum museum, and is perfect for those younger ones that might not want to get out and compete with the older kids at other Halloween events.

Here are just some of the fun activities planned:

? Carnival Games with Guaranteed Prizes

? Silly Science Crafts

? Silly Science Live Demos

? Story Time

? A Mini Bounce House

? Spooky Critters

? A Costume Parade

? Snacks and Sweet Trick-or-Treats

All Silly Science Carnival activities will be located in the museum and the Exhibit Hall and are included with standard museum admission. $8 for Adults and $6.50 for children (3-12) and Seniors (60+). Children 2 & under are free with an adult. Tickets to the Silly Science Carnival also include full museum admission.

The Silly Science Carnival is only recommended for families with children preschool aged children, up to age 5. No scary costumes please!
 

For more info. the public may call 806-745-2525 or visit www.sciencespectrum.org.

Science Spectrum Museum

2579 S. Loop 289

Lubbock, TX 79423

(between Indiana and University Aves. on the South Loop)

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