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November Activities
Featured Event
Flight Fest
November 17, noon-4:00pm

MSC’s annual Flight Fest takes place November 17 from Noon until 4pm. Learn about aerodynamics as we meet live birds of prey and other high flyers. Airplane activities and other explorations of the principles of flight round out the day. Flight Fest is always a popular event with visitors and staff. All activities are free with paid admission and completely free for members.

Pumpkin Smash
November 3, noon-4:00pm
It’s post-Halloween, all the candy is gone, no more tricks or treats, the costumes get packed away but there’s still that pumpkin sitting on the front porch, slowly fading away. Don’t just throw it away—bring it to the Science Center on November 3rd and we’ll drop it off the roof! The launch tube is perched four stories above the promenade and ready for your gourds. See which ones have the best splatter pattern, pieces that travel the farthest, make the biggest mess, and so much more. Also, we've partnered with Civic Works Real Food Farmand Compost Cab to ensure that no waste is being created as a result of all of the fun. All pumpkins and pumpkin goo will be collected and composted after the event. 

All pumpkins must be under 15 inches in diameter and dropped off in our lobby by 2pm if you want them dropped off the roof. 
A Holiday Transformation
November 10- January 6
This holiday season, the Science And Main exhibit takes on a decidedly festive flair as we decorate it for the season. The centerpiece of the exhibit will be a giant gingerbread tableau complete with Baltimore City streets, a working train, a beachfront, and woodland settings. Every component was designed and built by MSC staffers or MSC visitors in various workshops and program since the summer. See if you can spot the Bromo Seltzer tower, the bay lighthouse, an airplane pulling a banner at the beach, rowhouses from around the city, and so much more. The debut is on November 10th and will run through the new year. Don’t miss it.
 
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Make it Move
Weekends in November
Explore the science behind various modes of transportation all November long as the monthly theme switches to Make It Move. Everyone had so much fun during Icktober but it’s time to flip the calendar. As the holiday travel season approaches we’ll explore all the ways people can get from here to there and back again.
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Super Science Sleepover - Stranded
November 9, 5:30pm — November 10, 9:00am
The next Super Science Sleepover is November 9 and the theme is centered on survival skills. Learn how to navigate using the stars, how make tools out of duct tape, and use science to navigate around obstacles. All the exhibits are open and there are IMAX and planetarium shows before it’s lights out for sleeping in the exhibit halls. Registration required in advance. 
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Camp-In Registration is Open!
Camp-In, MSC’s legacy program for boy and girl scouts is now open for registration. Camp-In is one of the oldest continuing programs of its kind at the Science Center and generations of scouts have participated in this unique overnight experience that includes skill-building and hands on fun. There are many options to choose and opportunities to complete merit awards requirements exist for all programs. Camp-In is also open to school and youth groups at certain grade levels. 
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November Lunchtime Lecture
November 9, noon-1:00pm
Our inaugural Lunchtime Lecture was a hit with over 50 people in attendance and almost 200 more joining us online via our live feed as we learned all about life in the ER from an ER doctor who also dispelled some mythology about how and why people end up in the ER. Next up is an armchair tour of the cosmos with Dr. Jerry Bonnell as he leads us on an exploration using NASA’s vast library of space imagery. The lecture is November 9th at Noon.
On the Road Again
 
MSC’s outreach teams are back on the road delivering programs in every corner of the State ranging from early childhood education, to elementary and middle school, to evening programs for parents and students. Our new fleet is now complete thanks to the T. Rowe Price Foundation. Look for these distinctively marked vehicles on a road near you. Or better yet, bring them to your school!
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Mark Your Calendar
 

Thanksgiving
The Maryland Science Center is CLOSED on Thanksgiving Day, November 22.

Member Shopping Week
Member Shopping Week in The Science Store begins November 23 and runs through December 2. Members receive 20% off all purchases during this limited time.

 
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