Are you looking for a FUN safe place to take your children during the spookiest time of the year?
Kick off Halloween with a fun-filled family event at the 8th Annual Gateway to Science “Spooktacular Science” Extravaganza. Come join us for an afternoon of activities and events that provides a safe environment for little phantoms that are eager to have just great spooky fun!
“Mad Scientists” of all ages, will conduct hair-raising experiments in the Spooky Science Lab. Hands-on activities will include screeching spoons and dancing ghosts. You can even make your own slime and bat mobile to take home!
Gateway to Science along with all the partners at the Frances Leach Arts and Science Center welcome you to Haunting Arts and Spooktacular Science!
1810 Schafer Street
Come dressed up in your silliest costume to experience Halloween-themed activities offered by each of the partners at High Prairie, including:
• Spooktacular Science- Step into our “mad scientists” lab to experience fun, spooky, and hands-on science experiments. Sponsored by Gateway to Science.
• Suzuki’s Halloween Hunt- Have fun trying to find all the hidden items in the building. Sponsored by Suzuki School of Music.
• Monster Magnets- Make a monster magnet to take home. Sponsored by Theo Art School.
• Chilling Cookies- Bake and decorate awesome cookies and. Beverage will be included. Sponsored by Central Dakota Children’s Choir.
• Meet the Creeps- A Halloween comedy for the whole family! Sponsored by Shade Tree Players.
• Ghostly Drawings- Draw ghosts and make them appear and disappear, like magic! Sponsored by Theo Art School.
Tickets for Haunting Arts & Spooktacular Science individual activities will be sold carnival style for 50 cents each at the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts & Science Complex on the day of the event. Each activity will require 2, 3 or 4 tickets to participate. Select as many activities as you would like, or try them all. Call 701-258-1975 for more information.
Proceeds from Haunting Arts & Spooktacular Science will benefit future programming for children and families at Frances Leach High Prairie Arts & Science Complex.
Liliana M. Norby, Communications Specialist