Closed for Renovations
Sep
11
to Sep 28

Closed for Renovations

We're making improvements! The Saskatchewan Science Centre, Kramer IMAX Theatre, and Atom+Geek Science Shop will be closed for renovations and cleaning from September 11th through September 28th.  Visit us again when we've got a new look!

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Adult Science Night
Oct
26
7:00pm 7:00pm

Adult Science Night

Adult Science Nights are the Saskatchewan Science Centre – only for those 19+! Enjoy more advanced programming, new themes every month, a licensed bar and snacks, and all the science fun you can handle. Stay tuned for a theme and programming for this night!

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Adult Science Night
Nov
23
7:00pm 7:00pm

Adult Science Night

Adult Science Nights are the Saskatchewan Science Centre – only for those 19+! Enjoy more advanced programming, new themes every month, a licensed bar and snacks, and all the science fun you can handle. Stay tuned for a theme and programming for this night!

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Adult Science Night
Dec
14
7:00pm 7:00pm

Adult Science Night

Adult Science Nights are the Saskatchewan Science Centre – only for those 19+! Enjoy more advanced programming, new themes every month, a licensed bar and snacks, and all the science fun you can handle. Stay tuned for a theme and programming for this night!

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Eclipse Day
Aug
21
10:00am10:00am

Eclipse Day

A partial solar eclipse will be visible over North America beginning at 10:30am local time, with the sun becoming 75% covered at 11:46am, and then be finished by 1:04pm. Join us for some Eclipse Day fun and learning!

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Science in the Park
Jul
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

Science in the Park

Who's ready for some science? Harbour Landing and the Saskatchewan Science Centre is hosting Science In The Park! We have a fun-filled evening planned where kids can have a little outdoor fun while learning a couple fun few things! This event is free for everyone!

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The Human Body Speaker Series - TBD
Jun
16
1:30pm 1:30pm

The Human Body Speaker Series - TBD

Join us for a speaker series all about you! Discover more about the human body from the professionals who work with and study it every day. University of Regina Kinesiology and Health Studies Associate Professor, John Barden PhD will be presenting on using technology to quantify rhythmic patterns of locomotion for the assessment and treatment of disease!

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