OCT. 31: Spooky Science At Imagination Station In Wilson
Posted October 27, 2003
WILSON, N.C. — Imagination Station
Standard Commercial Tobacco Company
have partnered to present
a scare-free, fun, and science-filled alternative to traditional Halloween activities.
The event will be held Friday from 6 p.m until 9 p.m. at Imagination Station in Wilson. Admission to the event is free, and each participant will be given five tickets to be used for the different activities.
Additional tickets may be purchased for 25 cents each or five for $1.
Wear a costume to add to the color and excitement of the event.
Visitors can explore the "Enchanted Forest" with "Creepy Crawlies" from the science museum's collection of snakes, lizards and insects to learn why those animals are not really scary.
Linda Dunay, a local wildlife rehabilitation specialist, will bring a Barred Owl to teach about the special adaptations that make that animal a real creature of the night.
Imagination Station's resident "Mad Scientists" will present cool science demonstrations that are guaranteed to make your hair stand on end.
Games and activities such as "Golf on the Moon," "Star Seeker," "Witch Hat Ring Toss," face painting, and a game wheel will add a carnival atmosphere to the event. Prizes will be awarded for each game.
Angela Sawyer, from the Wilson County Library, will read "Spooky Stories" to the children at 6:30 p.m.
Freshly baked goodies and some "witches brew" will hit the spot after a fun evening of Spooky Science activities.
Imagination Station is located at 224 East Nash Street. For more nformation, please call