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Students from Sacred Heart Regional School in Allentown, Pa., will be able to visit the Da Vinci Science Center with up to four family members for free on Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014, through support from ATAS International, Inc.
The students can visit with a special postcard distributed to them at the school or by a special flyer they can download. Students will be asked to show their school identifications. Students must be accompanied by at least one adult, who will be admitted for free. Students also can bring up to three more family members for free.
Highlights for visitors on Dec. 7 include the Center’s presentation of the feature exhibition Be the Dinosaur: Life in the Cretaceous. ATAS International has underwritten that day’s free admission for Sacred Heart students as part of its lead sponsorship of the exhibition.
Be the Dinosaur: Life in the Cretaceous takes kids inside dinosaurs’ prehistoric world and lets them discover these amazing creatures survived, thrived, and enjoyed life in the wild. The high-tech exhibition features video game technologies that let visitors create and control their own digital dinosaurs through a virtual Earth during the Cretaceous period more than 65 million years ago.
All other Da Vinci Science Center visitors on Dec. 7 will be welcomed with paid Center admission or membership entry.