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Daily Programs

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

1:00pm

Sky Tonight

Planetarium Show

A live presentation by an astronomer, this is a traditional planetarium stargazing show with stars, planets and constellations. Learn More

2:30pm

Keeper Talk

Animal Program

3:00pm

Did an Asteroid Really Kill the Dinosaurs?

Planetarium Show

What we’ve discovered about the end of the non-avian dinosaurs and how we figured that out. Learn More

4:00pm

Flying Monsters

Planetarium Show

Pterosaurs and pterodactyls, the flying reptiles from the Age of the Dinosaurs. Learn More

3:45pm

Otter Talk

Animal Program

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Upcoming Events & Activities

Monday Jun. 29 12:00 AM

Red, White, and Boonshoft Scavenger Hunt

This year, the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery is proud to present an exciting and fun summer scavenger hunt!

Friday Jul. 3 8:30 PM

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Indoor Fireworks!

Don't miss out on fireworks this year, join us for our indoor fireworks experience!

Wednesday Sep. 2 6:00 PM

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2020 Sloth Tai Chi Experience

Get inspired by the balance, strength, pace, and flexibility of everyone’s favorite Discovery Zoo resident: Patience! Join us for an introductory Tai Chi class that will begin with an introduction to our Linne’s two-toed sloth, followed by a 45-minute beginner class.

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