SaskTel 2pm Activities

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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!

 

June 27th & 28th: Hot vs Cold

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!

July 4th & 5th: M&M vs Wild

The time has come to test the M&M’s camouflage abilities. Is their camouflage effective enough to ensure their survival? Join us at the Saskatchewan Science Centre for this yummy camouflage experiment!

July 11th & 12th: Animal Tracking

Every animal leaves tracks, but what can we learn from tracks we find in the wild? Come learn about different types of animal tracks, and make your own to take home!

July 18th & 19th: Fashion a Fish

How a fish looks has a lot to do with the environment it lives in, and has an impact on how easy it is for them to survive. Test out your genetic engineering skills and come create your own fish, then design its habitat to give it the best chance at survival!

July 25th & 26th: It's a Melon Head!

Beluga whales have a melon on their head that help them figure out where they are and what they are swimming towards. Come make your very own beluga whale and learn more about these melon heads!

 

* 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.

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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.

HOURS

Calendar

Monday 9am to 6pm

Tuesday 9am to 6pm

Wednesday 12pm to 6pm

Thursday 9am to 6pm

Friday  9am to 6pm

Saturday 11am to 6pm

Sunday 11am to 6pm

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ADMISSION

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LOCATION

2903 Powerhouse Drive, 
Regina, SK (Take Wascana Drive east off Broad Street, on the north side of Wascana Lake) 

 

Fun Fact

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Carbon has the highest melting point of the elements. The melting point of diamond is 3550°C.