SaskTel 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!
The Northern Lights are a staple sight in Canada, but what exactly are they? Join us in learning about how the Northern Lights are created, and make your own version to take home.
Did you know that many different cultures had their own constellations? Come learn about the Inuit constellations in our inflatable planetarium. Space is limited, so come early for an out-of-this-world experience.
We hear all the time how the levels of carbon dioxide are rising in our air and water, but what does that mean? Come to the Saskatchewan Science Centre and use our red cabbage indicator to find out how carbon dioxide is affecting our water!
Can you make water rise without touching it? Find out how heat affects water levels at the Saskatchewan Science Centre!
How was the Grand Canyon formed? From moving water! Come create your own rivers and waterfalls this weekend at the Saskatchewan Science Centre using our erosion tables!
It’s one of the greatest ongoing battles of our time: hot water versus cold water. Who will come out on top? How does this battle affect Earth’s water sources? Come to the Saskatchewan Science Centre and see for yourself!
* 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 9am to 6pm
Tuesday 9am to 6pm
Wednesday 9am to 6pm
Thursday 9am to 6pm
Friday 9am to 6pm
Saturday 11pm to 6pm
Sunday 11pm 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)
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