San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum is thrilled to host its first-ever Nature Night! Held on Saturday, April 23 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm, this unique, after-hours event offers the opportunity for the whole family to participate in science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and math (STREAM) activities, through the exciting theme of environmental science.

Nature Night offers families and children the opportunity to participate and develop interest in STREAM concepts. Many school’s curricula are limited in resources to provide hands-on STREAM activities making the Museum’s STREAM programs and events an introduction to science and engineering for many families.

“At the Museum, we pride ourselves in creating authentic hands-on learning experiences which spark a love of learning. Through our STEM focused events, we’re providing families with opportunities to build foundational fluencies in STEM education while feeding a natural wonder about all things from water conservation to recycling! This event is a terrific opportunity for children to engage in environmental science in a way that fuels their curiosity and imagination. By becoming a nature knight, kids will advocate for the planet by going on quests to save the earth! We are so grateful to all the community partners who will be sharing their related expertise on the day,” said Krishna Kabra, CEO of San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum.

This event will allow children to develop a passion for STREAM while having fun and learning about the environment around them. From tinkering a birdhouse and crafting a beehive to learning about engineering design in biomimicry, both children and parents will leave feeling empowered to enact real change in their communities.

Pre-registration is required as tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Tickets are $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Special discounts are available for military and veteran families.

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