In Our Community
Science Outside Our Walls and In Our Community
We are taking science outside our walls and into our community during our temporary closure. The Imagination Station team will continue to bring science to our community throughout the summer!
LIVE Digital Workshops
Through various digital platforms, we will continue to offer virtual workshops and experiences with our extreme scientists! This summer will have exciting new virtual experiences from Imagination Station!
Visitors can tune if for exciting live conversations! Our extreme scientists will be dissecting various things live, hosting exciting live conversations and more! Already we've hosted a conversation with an astronaut and one with an underwater archaeologist!
Or try one of our Stay at Home Science experiments! We'll continue to bring the fun to your home throughout the summer!
Mask and Face Shield Donations
Science center team members have been working hard to create masks and face shields for local health care workers. With Imagination Station dewing machines and donated fabric, the team continues to sew face masks, while other team members have used 3D printers to make face shields for the staff at area hospitals. Dozens have already been donated with more continuously being made.
Program Development for Children of First Responders
Imagination Station has partnered with area YMCA branches to provide hands-on activities and science curriculum for children of first responders and health care workers. The science center has established this partnership to provide new and exciting educational activities to keep the young minds working outside of the classroom.
Stay at Home Science and Digital Workshops
Our team is bringing the wonder of science into homes across the area. Through various digital platforms, Imagination Station is inquisitive minds by offering Stay at Home Science experiments and other resources to keep kids and families busy and learning from home. We continue to create new and engaging curriculum and workshops for learners of all ages!
Try out a Stay at Home Science experiment!