Our Party Themes
Kids check out dissolving foam, see tornadoes whirling about indoors, and watch a pin pierce a balloon without breaking it. They also observe a special heat-sensitive paper capture a picture of their hand without a camera!
Reactions in Action
Children see sand that is afraid of water and money that appears to disappear into thin air. They also get to try a plasma ball and play with energy!
Children have a blast launching mini and jumbo water rockets, concocting crackling Mad Science potions, and doing many more activities that allow them to have fun experiencing science outdoors.
Mad About Blue
This event dazzles and amazes children as they watch water “disappear” in a glass, see white light split into all the colors of the rainbow, and have some of their very own indoor fireworks to celebrate their birthday.
Celebrate the spooky season with our Halloween-themed science party! Children use science to reverse a witch's spell on Count Eggbert. They also experience creepy potions, a dry ice cemetery effect, and floating eyeballs that will amaze everyone!
Little Top (Preschool)
Kids bounce toy clowns on a mini trampoline, as they learn about elastic forces. They learn that the clowns can do somersaults because of the change in their center of gravity. They also learn about color theory and how white light can be split into all the colors of the rainbow. They get diffraction glasses to take home!
Take your birthday to the high seas and learn about the science behind sailing, navigation and pirate life. Find out why pirates really wear the eye patch (you'll be surprised!). Learn about celestial navigation and ship propulsion.
Fairy Tale Party
Your birthday prince or princess will save the day and defeat the "dragon" using science! A storyline party, the royal birthday child and guests will conduct different experiments to make things right again in the kingdom!
Crazy Crime Lab
Get cracking on crime with Crazy Crime Lab! Check for clues using handwriting analysis, UV prints and evidence left at a crime science and have some fun stepping into the shoes of a crime scene investigator.