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Early voting in Lucas County begins October 12 and Election Day is November 8. 

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Open Today: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Theater Open Today: 12:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Watch. Learn. Discuss.

Education is at the forefront of everything at Imagination Station. Beginning in August, the science center will launch a film series that highlights local issues happening in our community. Join us in the state-of-the-art KeyBank Discovery Theater for community conversations that will address important topics and give insight into how YOU can help.

Each film is FREE and open to the public and includes a discussion with a guest speaker.

Zip Code Matters

September 8 6:30pm

A person’s ZIP Code has been shown to have a greater impact on health and well-being than their genetic code, affecting access to education, transportation, and wealth.

How is this possible? From Writer/Director Sena Mourad Friedman, Executive Producer Will Lucas, Producer Erickson Blakney and sponsored by The Fair Housing Center comes the provocative new documentary ZIP CODE MATTERS which boldly asks the question and gets profound and insightful answers from the nation’s leading policymakers, nonprofit executives, public health officials and social scientists, researchers, authors, and civil rights and social justice activists. Audiences will learn about the connection between ZIP Codes and the forecast for life outcomes.

The Erie Situation

October 6, 2022 6:30pm

In 2014, the citizens of Toledo, Ohio had to go without running water for three days when a bloom of highly toxic algae entered the drinking water plant from Lake Erie. This should have been a wake up call for politicians, big agriculture, and citizens everywhere that freshwater resources are at risk of becoming toxic.

The Erie Situation explores the confluence of science, public sentiment, politics, and the powerful farming lobby as Ohio wrestles with how to confront the drivers of toxic algae in one of the Great Lakes.

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The Human Element

November 10, 2022 ● 6:30pm

Explore the complex relationship between humans and nature in this riveting and visually rich drama that blends art and science.

Follow renowned environmental and National Geographic photographer James Balog, as he
uncovers the complex relationship between humans and nature.

How has human nature changed air, earth, fire and water? How does it affect everyday Americans?

Find out and help to raise awareness of the
interconnectivity between nature and a singular, all-powerful force on earth: The Human Element.

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