- $10 for admission for two to the After Dark Event ($20 value)
- This event is for adults 21 and over
- Valid for event on January 31, 2013 only
- Promotion Expires January 31, 2013
If the last science project you conducted was to leave that bag of spinach in the back of the fridge until it changed from a solid to a liquid, today’s deal may just inspire you. The Discovery Center is hosting its annual After Dark Event, and tickets for two are available through DealChicken at half-price. This event is an adults only (21 +) soiree being held on January 31st from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Join the Discovery Center folks for an evening of fun as science comes alive! Explore all the exhibits, visit with local scientists and listen to music from The Third Degree. Enjoy the Discovery Center as you’ve never seen it before, with no children, at your leisure and with a cash bar. Now that’s an experiment DealChicken can subscribe to.
Discovery Center is an interactive, hands-on museum committed to inspiring people of all ages with life-long love of learning and an appreciation for the world and our place in it. Over the last 14 years, DCS has acquired over 200 exhibits and developed approximately 40 programs on various topics of science from geology to chemistry, physics to health and life sciences, culture to nanotechnology. Enjoy 50,000 square feet of interactive exhibit space; DCS is the only educational resource center of its kind serving the schools and families of the region.
$10 for two tickets to Discovery Center After Dark on January 31, 2013
- May buy multiple for self and as gifts. Valid for January 31, 2013 event. Ages 21 and up only. Vouchers valid for admission only. Not valid for cash bar. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Certificate cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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The rocks in the Ozarks are generally older than those surrounding the area, and the oldest are the once-molten ones which form the prominent knobs, hills and mountains in the St. Francois Mountain area. These rocks are from 1.2 to 1.4 billion years old, give or take a few million years.