Science World Teen Events: SWEET


Monday, February 13th, 2012 — 11:29am PST
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Science World at TELUS World of Science has always been a place for young and old to learn and have fun. Now, they’re reaching out to teens through their SWEET programming (Science World Extravagant Evenings for Teens) with special events aimed at youth ages 13 to 18.

False Creek in the morning
Photo credit: Wynonna on Flickr – Submitted to the Miss604 Flickr Pool

The first SWEET event was December 9th and they’re planning another for March 2nd. The theme for the evening will be “A SWEET Heart Murder Mystery” running from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. Participants will have their run of Science World to solve clues and be entered to win prizes. Admission is just $10 and tickets can be purchased online.

Teens can also learn about work experience opportunities and the Future Science Leaders program that runs on Tuesday nights from September to June.


Science World Lip Dub – December 2011

Be sure to check out Science World’s Blog while you’re exploring their website. While the entries aren’t posted on a regular basis, they have some really interesting content such as: “Why do my earphones tangle so much?”, “Is it Drier to Walk or Run Through the Rain?”, and “What Does a Giraffe Sound Like?”. Follow @ScienceWorldca on Twitter for more information and to learn about their recent renovations.

Current contests on Miss604.com

One comment

  1. Super cool! I love that they’re reaching out beyond the school-aged kids they so often cater to.

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