Arizona Science Center hosts Halloween activities

Posted 11/3/20

From hair-raising activities and daring demos, guests at the Arizona Science Center used STEM skills for science-related challenges to solve spooky mysteries on Halloween.

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Arizona Science Center hosts Halloween activities

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From hair-raising activities and daring demos, guests at the Arizona Science Center used STEM skills for science-related challenges to solve spooky mysteries on Halloween.

Attendees used science to crack the Halloween-themed case using fingerprint analysis, picking locks, analyzing handwriting with a Halloween theme on Saturday, Oct. 31, according to a press release, describing an atmosphere filled with mystery, costumes, science and more.

While following strict health and safety guidelines, the Science Center, at 600 E. Washington St. in Phoenix, encouraged Halloween costumes with face coverings required for guests over two years old.

Face coverings were allowed, however, costume masks – mesh masks, gaiter masks and masks with one-way valves – were not permitted.

All activities are included with an Arizona Science Center membership or purchasing a self-guided experience ticket, the release sai.

Due to limited capacity, advance ticket reservations are recommended. Children under three years old are always free, noted the release.

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