National Ice Cream Day Event
Sunday, July 16th
2:00pm to 4:30pm
Did you know that everyone’s favorite Summer time treat, Ice Cream, has its own National day? This year, Sunday, July 16th is National Ice Cream Day. President Ronald Reagan began this tradition with a proclamation in 1984.
The Science Spectrum will be celebrating the tradition by putting a “fun science spin” on the event Sunday, July 16th from 2:00 to 4:30pm in its lobby with free Super Cold Show Demonstrations, where the science of cold, states of matters, and the properties of liquid nitrogen, one the coldest know substances, will be discussed. Demonstrations will be at 2:15 and 4:00pm. See the science behind how matter changes in a super cold environment within seconds!
Then, sample the Science Spectrum’s recipe for Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream using fresh ingredients. Free Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Samples are available while supplies last! Guests can also purchase Dippin’ Dots ice cream at the concessions stand.
PBS Kids Summer Adventure!
10:00am to 1:00pm
Join KTTZ and the Science Spectrum for the KTTZ Kid’s Club Summer Adventure!
Summer Adventure surrounds kids with entertaining, engaging programs, and activities that make learning fun. There will be activity booths, free give-aways, live demonstrations, as well as FREE Screenings of some of your favorite PBS shows in the OMNI Theater and on the Science Stage! Plus, appearances by Curious George, the 501st Legion (Star Wars characters), martial arts demonstrations, live science shows, animals and more!
*Free PBS Kids Shows Screenings (seating is limited).
10:30 – Wild Kratt’s Alaska: Hero’s Journey
11:45 – Wild Kratt’s Alaska: Hero’s Journey
10:15 – Ready Jet Go!
11:00 – Nature Cat
11:45 – Ready Jet Go!
12:30 – Nature Cat
All PBS Kids Summer Adventure activities are *free and will be held in the Exhibit Hall. *Free PBS Kids Shows screenings will be held in the OMNI Theater and on the Science Stage.
*Standard Museum & OMNI Theater rates apply on this day.