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Pi(e) Day
March 14, 10:00am-2:00pm
Every year, on March 14th (3.14) the Science Center joins people all over the globe in celebrating the circle. The mathematical formula used to measure all things circular is known as Pi and can be carried out to an infinite number of digits. Come learn more about this interesting formula with activities throughout the building including a Pi chain and hula hoops (they’re circles). Then, let’s all celebrate the day with a piece of pie! Thanks to our friends at Dangerously Delicious Pies and Moon Pie we’ll have free pie for everyone while supplies last.
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Tick-Tock for Groupon
A reminder that anyone holding a Groupon voucher from our most recent offer must redeem the voucher in-person before the end of February. All purchasers must present their current voucher at the Maryland Science Center during any day we’re open—there can be no phone, mail, or online redemptions. We look forward to seeing you at MSC before February ends (on or before 2/28).
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DIY Happy Hour—Jewelry Making
February 28, 7:00pm-9:00pm
Sip & Paint is so yesterday! Come DIY & Drinks at MSC! Learn basic soldering skills, how to harvest gems from old electronics, and basic design skills at MSC’s DIY Happy Hour on February 28 in The Shed. No special skills are necessary, but everyone will walk away with a unique new piece of jewelry and some basic skills to continue your craft at home. Plus—there’s adult beverages!
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IMAX Update
The work is almost done and we’re getting ready to unveil the new St. John Properties IMAX Theater. All new digital projection systems, new surround sound, a new screen—Maryland’s largest—all combine to create a complete immersive movie experience not available anywhere else. The new technology allows us to bring the latest documentary and feature films to the screen. First up is Captain Marvel and tickets are on sale now. You won’t believe the difference compared to regular movie theaters—it’s bigger, brighter, bolder, and more than just a movie.
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Whiskey in The Shed
March 28, 7:00pm-10:00pm
Join whiskey aficionados and Master Distillers from Highlandtown’s Old Line Distillery for an evening of the science behind whiskey and a chance to sample a number of different whiskey libations. On March 28, beginning at 7:00pm, learn about the history of whiskey, how it’s distilled, what makes certain flavor profiles, and more as you take a taste tour and enjoy lite fare. Tickets are all inclusive, cocktails, whisky samples, and food. The evening includes time to mingle after the event and meet the experts. Advance registration required.
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March Theme - Women in STEM
Each month MSC’s on-floor programming follows a monthly theme. In March it’s Women in STEM. Each weekend MSC staffers will take a look at famous, and not so famous, women who’s work contributes to the diverse STEM field. Look for activities and pop up science throughout the building.
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Lunchtime Lecture:
Climate Change in the Chesapeake
March 8, Noon-1:00pm
Next up in MSC’s popular noontime lecture series is a presentation by local scientist and author Ned Tillman on the challenges the Chesapeake Bay faces as climate changes. The talk focuses on long-term benefits in a society focused on near-term issues and how we balance that as individuals, businesses, and governments. The lecture is at Noon on March 8 in the MSC Theater. Admission is free. The lecture is also live-streamed from our facebook page and archived for those who can’t join in real time.
Night at the Museum
 
There are still a number of dates available for MSC’s popular overnight program—Camp-In. Bring your scouts, school, or youth group to a night filled with hands-on activities, workshops, shows, and a chance to sleep in the exhibit halls. Generations of people have participated in this legacy program that has been in existence for decades. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of it. 
Field Trip!
 
Winter is winding down (or not) and Spring Field Trip Season is almost here. Book your school field trip now, there’s still plenty of dates available. Best of all—ALL MARYLAND SCHOOLS VISIT FREE. That’s right, all Maryland schools are eligible for free admission to all three floors of exhibit halls as part of any field trip. Plus, lots of affordable add-ons are available from planetarium shows to IMAX films to classroom programs to enrich your visit. Reservationists are available to help book your trip
 
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