Monthly Archives: September 2012

Clubhouse Fun

For lots of kids, the idea of a clubhouse is a special place that feels like it belongs only to you, and where you and your friends have the freedom to play whatever games you can imagine. At the Computer … Continue reading

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Illuminating the Planetarium

When the new Patricia and Philip Frost Museum of Science is completed downtown, external illumination of the planetarium sphere will make it a sight to be seen, day or night. Last week, Museum staff met with a team from Electrosonic, … Continue reading

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ASPIRE!

Students and facilitators of the Upward Bound Program, President and CEO of the Miami Science Museum Gillian Thomas, and Vice President of Education Dr. Judy Brown accept the AT&T ASPIRE Program Award check from AT&T Executive, JC Flores to support … Continue reading

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Beep Beep! Special Delivery!

Let ECHOS Year 2 begin! In the second week of September, just in time for back to school, ECHOS staff delivered 38 material kit sets to 38 classrooms at 21 Head Start childcare centers. Teachers of local Head Start centers … Continue reading

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Hurricane Andrew: From Chaos to a New Beginning

Hurricane Andrew will always be a part of the story of south Florida. For those who have only seen pictures or heard secondhand stories, it may be difficult to imagine the utter devastation, or the Herculean effort it took to recover … Continue reading

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