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EVENTS AT THE SPECTRUM:

New Traveling Exhibit: Captain Cook And The Spirit of Discovery
February 18-June 2

Described as one of the world's greatest navigators and explorers, Captain James Cook, a superstar in his own day, changed the map of the world more than any other man.  Beginning February 18, 2005, visitors will be able to experience an exhibition that showcases the high adventure and discovery of these voyages to exotic locales.

JUNIOR EXPLORER FUNSHOPS (Ages 4–6)
Fridays from 1:30–3:30 p.m.
Cost for Members – $12/class or $30/series
Cost for Non-Members – $14/class or $40/series

Series 3 "Space Explorers"
January 28  Starry Skies 
February 4  Planets
February 11  Awesome Astronauts  

Series 4 "Sensational Sounds"
February 18  What Do You Hear?
February 25  Animal Sounds 
March 4  Musical Sounds 

TOT COME AND GO SCIENCE (Ages 2–4)
Wednesdays 10:30 am to 11:30 am
Members: Free
Non-members: Free w/ paid museum admission
Participating adult must attend w/ child

February 16  Bubble Bonanza
February 23  Down on the Farm

Now Showing at the OMNI Theater:
**The Omni Theater is back, and better than ever! Featuring a new CDC rolling-loop projector, a new Paragon Optics 22mm fish-eye lens, and 6 full-range JBL speaker systems, stop by to experience the difference!

Coral Reef Adventure
Follow the real-life expedition of ocean explorers and takes you to the islands and sun-drenched waters of the South Pacific to document the health and beauty of coral reefs. Coral Reef Adventure may be as close as you'll ever get to the intense challenges and rewards of ocean exploration.

Top Speed

Explore what goes into the making of speed - and what drives certain individuals to go to new extremes in their pursuit of human excellence. Top Speed profiles four people who define specific principles of speed through their individual stories.

Mystery of the Nile - Opens February 25th!
Mystery of the Nile tells the story of an emotional and historic expedition while also exploring the cultural and environmental links between the Ethiopian, Sudanese, and Egyptian civilizations.  Both a captivating human adventure and a serious in-depth look at this most fascinating, yet little-known region.

(Click here) for show times and ticket prices.

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