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Work Underway to Replace Roof

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Over the next few weeks we will be working hard to improve your Discovery Science Place! Work on a new roof is underway for our 106 year-old building, and while we anticipate construction materials and workers on-site, we will be open for business. Construction should not effect the interior of the museum. In addition to a new roof, expect exciting additional interior updates coming this fall! For more information about the “Raise the Roof” capital campaign, contact Whitney Patterson, Development Director.



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Discovery Science Place features new Orion exhibit

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A new exhibit at Tyler’s Discovery Science Place is gaining popularity with East Texans of all ages. “Orion – Journey to Mars,” an exhibit on NASA’s new four-astronaut space capsule, is on display with hands-on components for guests, as well as a full-size model of the inside of the capsule. The exhibit also includes a miniature robot rover on Mars that can be controlled by a remote. Discovery Science Place Executive Director Chris Rasure said the exhibit will be long-standing



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View Our 2015 Year in Review

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View Our 2015 Year in Review! Thanks to the support of our donors, members, community partners and volunteers, 2015 was a wonderful year for Discovery Science Place. View our 2015 Year in Review to learn more!



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Spring Break Camps 2016

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Spring Break is almost here and the kids need something to do! Check out the schedule of camps for Mar 7 – Mar 11. Camps are divided into two age groups based on school grade, K-3rd and 4th-6th. Camps are from 10am-4pm each day, but before and after care is available. The cost is $25 per day per camper and $20 for each additional child (same family). Cost includes a snack and all camp materials, but campers will need to bring a sack



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New Exhibit: Orion – Journey to Mars

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New Exhibit: Orion – Journey to Mars

“Orion- Journey to Mars”, the newest exhibit at Discovery Science Place, is now open to the public. This interactive exhibit which will allow visitors of all ages to learn more about manned space travel through hands-on exhibits and a life-size model of NASA’s Orion space capsule. Orion is NASA’s newest crew module that will carry four astronauts into deep space, back to the Moon, and eventually to Mars one day. The Discovery Science Place received the low- fidelity engineering mockup



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Museum Day Live! on Saturday, September 26

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On Saturday, September 26, we will open our doors free of charge. All you have to do is register online and download a Museum Day Live! ticket. Visitors who present a Museum Day Live! ticket will gain free entrance for 2. Join Us, and tell your friends and family!



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Small Town Kids Magazine Review

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The editor of Small Town Kids magazine recently visited us and wrote an in-depth review with photos. Check it out here! Thanks to Meredith at Small Town Kids!



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DSP Welcomes New Education Director

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Please join us in welcoming Tim Kennedy as the new Education Director for Discovery Science Place! With 10 years of teaching experience, Tim brings experienced curriculum development skills within all STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math). He holds a Bachelors degree from S.F.A. and is currently working toward his Master’s Degree in Education from S.F.A. Tim says, “I have a passion to inspire learning in all age levels as well as inspire educators to continue in their lifetime learning



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KETK Highlights Summer Camps

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Tyler, Texas (KETK) Now that school’s out, students are looking for ways to keep themselves busy. Summer camps are a great way to keep them out of trouble. “It may not seem like a long period of time, but during those weeks, they can really lose a lot of what they’ve learned throughout the year,” said Discovery Science Place Development Director Whitney Patterson. It’s called the summer slide. Students forget what they’ve learned when their minds are idle for three



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DSP featured on CBS 19

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Long time supporter, Joyce Buford, talks about the creation of the Discovery Science Place and her love for kids. KYTX CBS19.tv – News, Weather,



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Woman’s vision helps better children’s lives

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Over 1,000 attend Mini Maker Faire

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Rockets were flying, catapults launching and robots were buzzing about as more than 1,000 East Texans were enjoying science in the sun on Saturday at the Tyler Mini Maker’s Faire, hosted by the Discovery Science Place. “They’re gonna learn best if they actually see it, touch it feel it,” Pam Crabtree said. Crabtree was at the faire with her daughter, Sarah, 10, and Girl Scout Troop 5494 of Whitehouse. The girls were blasting off rockets and trying to encase themselves



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New Discovery Science director excited about center’s potential

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2015 Summer Camps – Register Today!

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It is time to plan for Summer! Check out the schedule of camps for Summer listed below, for June 15 – August 7. Camps are divided into two age groups based on school grade, K-3rd and 4th-6th (students must be entering 1st Grade or higher at the time of registration). Summer camps are from 10am-4pm each day, but before and after care is available. The cost is $165 for non-members and $148.50 for DSP Members per week per camper. Cost includes a snack and all



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DSP Announces New Executive Director

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DISCOVERY SCIENCE PLACE ANNOUNCES CHRIS RASURE AS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Discovery Science Place is proud to announce the recent hire of Chris Rasure as Executive Director. Prior to the position of Executive Director, Chris served as Interim Executive Director as well as the Director of Informal Science Education for the UT Tyler Ingenuity Center.  Chris is a Tyler native and long-time member of the science education community in East Texas. He holds a Master of Science degree in Natural Sciences



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