Sensory Friendly Day to Enjoy Science
The Connecticut Science Center wants everyone to be able to enjoy what it offers. So on March 27, starting at 10am, they are lowering the volume and dimming the lights for children with sensory disabilities. All visitors will be able to enjoy the fun of the Connecticut Science Center plus lots of activities, arts and crafts, and live gallery science demonstrations without the center’s usual loud sounds and bright lights. All are welcome.
Sensory Friendly Day is presented by the Miracle League of Connecticut. Tickets are $14 online and in advance, or $16.95 at the door (1-to-1 aides are always free).
Bristol-based Miracle League of Connecticut (MiracleLeagueCT.org) is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing recreational and sporting opportunities for children with physical and/or cognitive challenges at accessible facilities.
With more than 150 hands-on exhibits, a 3D digital theater, four educational labs, and daily programs and events, the Connecticut Science Center offers exploration for children, teens and adults. From physics to forensics, geology to astronomy, visitors have the sciences at their fingertips.
For more information, contact Group Sales Account Manager Brit Montmeat at 860-520-2112 or BMontmeat@CTScienceCenter.org. Location: Connecticut Science Center, 250
Columbus Blvd, Hartford.