Columbia Memorial Space Center Holds a "Spooky Science Night" for Halloween

Monday, 24 October 2016 - 1:56PM
Monday, 24 October 2016 - 1:56PM
Columbia Memorial Space Center Holds a "Spooky Science Night" for Halloween
Between sci-fi horror movies and an excuse to cosplay, Halloween is a gold mine for sci-fi fans, but Columbia Memorial Space Center is giving science-minded thrill-seekers something to chew on as well. They're holding a "Spooky Science Night," which includes a scary space survival simulation, a robotics lab, a costume parade, and more!

Spooky Science Night

The event will take place next weekend, from October 28-29, at the Columbia Memorial Space Center in Downey, California near Los Angeles. It will include a robotics lab, star gazing, other science demos and activities, and, of course, food trucks. 

And in the spirit of Halloween, there will be a "slime station," where younger attendees can make their own slime, as well as the piece de resistance: an "Escape from Space" adventure, an escape room attraction in which you need to complete various puzzles and tasks in order to escape from a spacecraft-like environment. And remember to dress in your favorite costume, because they will also be holding their annual costume parade.

Tickets are $5 or free for members. To learn more, visit www.columbiaspacescience.org.
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