Center for Science to host Nature Week during February break

Center for Science to host Nature Week during February break

The Center for Science will be hosting ‘Nature Week’ at its Dinosaurs! Exhibit in Rockville Centre during February school break. Children will enjoy creating their own nature arts and crafts projects that they will be able to keep and take home.

Nature Week will be open starting Saturday, Feb. 18 and continue on 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25 and 26 (Closed on Wednesday, Feb. 22). Tickets are $12 for children ages 2-13, $15 for children and adults ages 14 and up and $12 for seniors over 65. Each ticket includes entry to the exhibit along with participation for nature crafts. Tickets are available for purchase at the door.

“The Center for Science is always offering innovative educational experiences for families on Long Island. Among our exhibit’s dinosaurs and live animal displays, children and their parents will engage in activities while learning about nature,” said Ray Ann Havasy, executive director of The Center for Science.

The Dinosaurs! and Live Animals Exhibit gives visitors a unique and up-close-and-personal experience where they will learn how animals adapt and survive, which is demonstrated through a unique intermixing of dinosaur models and an assortment of live animals that include owls, emu, golden pheasant, goats, snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs and more.

Located on Tanglewood Preserve, The Center for Science also has miles of wonderful nature trails where families can further explore the wonders of the natural world.

As a science and STEM education-focused not-for-profit organization, CSTL is dedicated to providing people of all ages with a place to engage in both formal and informal learning. For more information, please visit,


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