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Spring Break SciCamp (Ages 6-12)
April 1-3 • 9 am - 4 pm (Before- and after-care available)
UNC-TV Kids Club Day
Saturday, May 2 • 10 am - 5 pm
Snakes, Turtles,
and Dinos… Oh My!
Sunday, June 7 • 1:30 - 4:30 pm
More info and registration at www.sciworks.org.
NanoDay
Saturday, April 4 • 1 - 4 pm
Activities about nanoscale science and engineering,
and the potential impact on the future.
Homeschool/Small Group Day 
Tuesday, April 7
Earth, Moon and Stars (Grades K-4) - 10 am
Space Quest (Grades 5-9) - 11 am
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Stop by the UNC-TV Kids Club table for PBS Kidsthemed goodies and a hug from Read-a-roo! Free for
Kids Club Members. For more info about Kids Club,
visit www.unctv.org.
AccessABILITY Day
Sunday, May 3 • 1 - 4 pm
A special event to educate the community and provide
resources for persons with physical and developmental
disabilities. Learn about assistive technologies, meet
therapy animals, visit with cyclists from the Carolina
Flyers and much more.
Science Café
Tuesday, April 7 • 7 pm
River Ridge Taphouse in Clemmons
Homeschool/Small Group Day 
Tuesday, May 5
Brownie/Junior Girl Scout Camp-in
Friday, April 10
Science Café
Tuesday, May 12 • 7 pm
River Ridge Taphouse in Clemmons
“The Myth of Clean Coal” by Dr. Denis Lemly
Visit www.sciworks.org or call (336) 714-7105 for
information or to register.
NC Science Festival: Science of Sound Day
Saturday, April 11 • 10 am - 1 pm
Join musicians from the W-S Symphony and
educators from SciWorks and the Children’s Museum
of W-S for an exploration of sound and music! Free for
SciWorks Members, CMWS Members and Symphony
Subscribers.
Rock Laser Shows in the Planetarium
Saturday, April 18
Shows are $6/person each or see both shows for
$10/person. Doors open at 6 pm.
The Beatles - 6:30 pm • Led Zeppelin - 8 pm
Down to Earth (Grades K-4) - 10 am
Geology at Work (Grades 5-9) - 11 am
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“Corn Deconstructed: Kernels of Truth”
by Dr. Jim Holland
Kids Morning Out
Thursday, May 14 • 10 am - Noon
Join Forsyth Family magazine and the UNCSA
Community Music School for fun activities and prize
drawings.
PIPP Squeaks 
Tuesday, May 19 • 10 am - Noon
This month: “Little Gardeners”
Marvel at the fascinating Snakes Alive!
program (featuring a huge Burmese
python), snap a photo with a certain
martial arts-practicing turtle mascot, and
enter to win tickets to Jurassic World
(opening June 12) and other fun prizes.
(Seating for Snakes Alive! is limited and is
first come, first served.)
Family Friday Night
Supported by PNC
Friday, June 12 • 4 - 8 pm
Join us for a summer tradition … and be
among the first to visit our new traveling
exhibits: Team UP! Explore Science &
Sports and Little Builders! Enjoy the
museum, outdoor parks, planetarium and
refreshments for only $3/person. (FREE
for SciWorks Members, PNC employees
and kids 2 and under!)
PIPP Squeaks 
Tuesday, June 16 • 10 am - Noon
This month: “Less is More”
One-Day SciCamps (Rising K - 6th Graders)
Monday, June 22 - Friday, June 26
Sign up for a single day or the entire
week! Visit www.sciworks.org for camp
descriptions, pricing and registration
information.
www.sciworks.org
PIPP Squeaks 
Tuesday, April 21 • 10 am - Noon
PIPP Squeaks (Parent-Involved Preschool Programs) • April 21, May 19 and June 16
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For ages 3-5 with a parent/adult caregiver. Each month features a different theme. Pre-
NC Science Festival: Statewide Star Party
Saturday, April 25 • 7 - 10:30 pm
 Homeschool/Small Group Day • April 7 and May 5 • Programs for home-educated children
This month: “Caring for the Earth, Our Home”
Learn about the New Horizons spacecraft, Pluto and
other Dwarf Planets in a free Planetarium program
at 7 pm. Then join the Forsyth Astronomical Society
for star-gazing in our parking lot. If there is inclement
weather, call (336) 767-6730 after 5:30 pm for an
update.
registration required. Per class fee: $7 members/$15 non-members (includes museum
admission). Call (336) 714-7105 to register.
and other small groups in grades K-9. Group admission rates apply, and pre-registration is
required. Visit www.sciworks.org for more information.
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Science Café • April 7 and May 12 • Free informal talks, co-sponsored
by SciWorks and Reynolda Gardens, that offer participants the opportunity to
hear about the latest groundbreaking research from regional scientists.
400 W. Hanes Mill Rd. | Winston-Salem, NC 27105 | (336) 767-6730 | info[email protected]
Two Traveling Exhibits
Opening June 10!
Rated the best hands-on traveling exhibit for families in
Family Fun magazine, Team Up! Explore Science & Sports
examines the science of sports through 13 interactive components,
inviting visitors to test their skills at basketball, tennis, soccer and
football while learning about math and
physics. Little Builders encourages
children ages 2-7 to create, play and
learn as they explore the concepts
of construction, motion and simple
machines.
Team Up! Explore Science & Sports is a
traveling exhibition of Discovery Center museum, and
Little Builders is a traveling exhibition of the Oregon
Museum of Science and Industry. Both exhibits are
supported locally by
400 West Hanes Mill Road
Winston-Salem, NC 27105
April & May Hours
Mon............ Closed
Tues.-Fri.... 10 am - 4 pm
Sat.............. 10 am - 5 pm
Sun. ........... Noon - 5 pm
CLOSED on April 5 Easter
OPEN on May 25 Memorial Day
Summer Hours
(June 1 - Sept. 7)
Mon.-Sat.... 10 am - 5 pm
Sun. ........... Noon - 5 pm
Admission
Adult.......................$11
Senior (62+)............$9
Youth (3 to 19).......$9
Ages 2 & Under......Free
Members.................Free
Every Week at SciWor ks:
✔ Animal Encounters
Tuesdays - Saturdays at 11:30 am
✔ Science Storybo ok
Wednesdays at 10:30 am
Water’s Extreme Journey
Open through May 25!
Summer is Full of
Surprises at
One-Day SciCamps
(June 22-26 and Aug 3-7)
and Week-Long
SciCamps
(July 6 - 31)
For Rising K 6th graders
www.sciworks.org/activites/scicamp
Where Innovation Begins
Friday, May 29
6:30 in the Evening
Old Town Club
2875 Old Town Club Road, Winston-Salem
Cocktails, Dinner & Dancing
A Black Tie Event to Benefit
For more information about “Where Innovation
Begins” and how you can participate, please
contact Jennifer Hudson at (336) 714-7110.
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