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Bournemouth Natural Science Society open day

PUBLISHED: 10:59 27 January 2015 | UPDATED: 10:59 27 January 2015

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The Bournemouth Natural Science Society would like to invite you through its doors on Wednesday 18 February between 10am-1pm for ‘Adventurcation’ - a family drop in day to entertain young children during mid term break!

Working in partnership with Arts University Bournemouth the day will consist of exciting workshops with an added artistic twist. Come meet the biggest owl species in the world, engage in artist workshops, and go on an interactive adventure trail to learn about our collections. The event is aimed to educate and inspire, combining the natural sciences with artistic disciplines for a memorable day out!

Science Museum, 39 Christchurch Rd, Bournemouth, BH1 3NS

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