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SciQuest at Detroit Science Center

Science fun abounds all week long, culminating with a Ford Free FunDay on Sunday, March 21, 2010

Is your family geeked about science? Then don't miss out on SciQuest! The fun happens all week long at the Detroit Science Center. Highlights include "Newton's Big 3 Demonstrations" and live entertainment with "Science Rocks II" on Thursday, March 18. Math and space science fun take over the planetarium on Saturday, March 19. And it all culminates with a Ford Free FunDay event on Sunday, March 20 that includes an IMAX Film Festival, Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash – and even a sneak peek of the Detroit Children's Museum, which is moving to the DSC in June. Check out Metro Parent's SciQuest overview, or find more details at the Detroit Science Center website.

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