SaskTel Family 2pm Activities
Drop by on weekends for a variety of fun, free* family activities! Each activity will start
at 2pm, so be sure to bring the whole family!
This September it’s all about YOU! Adult humans commonly have 206 bones in their bodies. Yet, when we are born we actually have more! Check out our activity this weekend to learn more about the fusing of our bones together as we age and other cool facts about the skeleton, while making a model skeleton to take home.
Put YOUR construction skills to the test! Discover how energy works in our lives! Families work together to construct models of real-life devices. Experiment and use your problem-solving skills as and learn the function of levers, gears, and pulleys.
This weekend YOU’RE in control! Build a tower using nothing but drinking straws and tape. The goal is to build the strongest tower that can withstand a powerful wind.
What do YOU see? Come learn the basics of animation and how it plays tricks on your eyes with still pictures. Make your own thaumatrope to create custom animation.
Explore the world of dinosaurs by investigating the makeup of this organism, one cell at a time. Families will work together to create their own dinosaur by building upon unique genotypes and phenotypes. This activity is included with the general admission fee.
* Activities are free, but regular admission fees to the Saskatchewan Science Centre still apply.
Saskatchewan Science Centre 2pm family activities are proudly supported by SaskTel.
For the whole family
Sometimes it's a craft or a game, and sometimes it's more experiment or exploration, but either way our 2pm activities are a fun way for the entire family to get hands-on with science.
Monday 12pm to 6pm
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 9am to 5pm
Thursday 9am to 5pm
Friday 9am to 6pm
Saturday 11am to 6pm
Sunday 11am to 6pm
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2903 Powerhouse Drive,
Regina, SK (Take Wascana Drive east off Broad Street, on the north side of Wascana Lake)
By the time
you turn 70, your heart will have beat about 2.5 billion times. That’s one hard-working muscle!