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Equinox Science Celebration

@ Muth Interpretive Center

Hands on astronomy experiment


Bring your homeschoolers to the Peter and Mary Muth Center on the first day of fall to learn about the seasons, the earth’s orbit around the sun, and how to make a shadow disappear. In order to model the earth’s position in its orbit around the sun, we will attempt an exciting science experiment that can only be completed at exactly 12 noon on the equinox. Topics covered will include astronomy, geometry, and physics.

Bring your homeschoolers to the Peter and Mary Muth Center on the first day of fall to learn about the seasons, the earth’s orbit around the sun, and how to make a shadow disappear. In order to model the earth’s position in its orbit around the sun, we will attempt an exciting science experiment that can only be completed at exactly 12 noon on the equinox. Topics covered will include astronomy, geometry, and physics.


All are welcome but activities will be designed for learners between the ages of 9 and 12.


Minors aged 16 and younger must have legal guardian present at all times. Walk-ins are welcome, however seating and supplies will be limited, so registration is suggested.

Phone: (949) 923-2250

Website: Click to Visit

Monday, September 23, 2019 : 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Reservation suggested for this activity.

Note: To RSVP check the venue's website above or call (949) 923-2250.

Suitable for: 9 - 12

$0.00

Free, provided on location.

Activity Name Next Occurrence Suitable Ages
09/20/2019 2 - 5
09/29/2019 2 - 10
10/19/2019 3+

Event dates, times and cost are subject to change without notice. Before heading out, please contact the event organizer to verify the information provided. If you have questions about a particular event, please contact the event organizer directly.

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