Hey everyone. Travis back with more Tampa Bay area events taking place at MOSI in October. They have some really cool stuff going on, so take a look -
Fossil Dig - Head out on an expedition to find fossils as clues to Florida’s ancient past. Uncover sea biscuits, giant shark’s teeth, sea urchins, and other marine fossils at this exclusive excavation site. Bring a garden trowel, hammer, sunscreen, hat and camera. Pack a lunch and bring extra water. All participants will meet near the fossil site north of Brooksville. Directions will be sent with your confirmation letter.
Program fee: $67 per parent-child team; $33 per additional family member
MOSI member: $50 per parent-child team; $25 per additional family member
Science Night @ MOSI on Saturday, October 23 from 6 - 9 p.m. - Be part of the USA Science & Engineering Festival by spending the evening at MOSI. Celebrate the “wow-factor” of science with explosive chemistry and hilarious experiments. Bring your friends to hang out with our science experts for the ultimate geek night out!
Ferocious Fossils on Friday, October 29. Walk or run through the age of dinosaurs exploring the exciting world of stomping, swimming, and flying creatures from long ago. Find dino clues in their bones, footprints, and poop to find out how they lived and what (and who) they ate. Journey underwater in MOSI’s IMAX Dome Theatre to search for the “king of the seas” in Sea Rex.
Hall-o-Boo on Thursday, Oct. 28 from 6-9 p.m. - Friday, Oct. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 30 7 - 10 p.m., Hall-o-Boo goes Hollywood, with fun and fright zones inspired by Hollywood classics. This 5th Annual event includes children’s activities, trick or treat stations and science demonstrations. $10 for MOSI Members (in advance), $12 MOSI Members (day of) $12 General Admission (in advance), $15 General Admission (day of).
For more information on any of these events, visit www.mosi.org or call 813-987-6000. And as always, you can keep checking back here for more Tampa Bay Entertainment options or other great things to do in Tampa Bay.