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Children’s museum celebrates spring with messy science fun 

Paso Robles kids museumBoth experiments taught kids how different ingredients react

–The Paso Robles Children’s Museum celebrated spring break with a few messy science experiments in their parking lot, including a soda and Mentos explosion and “Elephant Toothpaste.” Both experiments made a huge mess and showed the kids how different ingredients can react when they come into contact with each other. The museum just recently added its monthly free Messy Science program to their calendar of activities. Other free monthly events include LEGO Club, ART Empowers, Story Time and Coffee & Cocoa.

“We had a great time this morning with the children and we love to be able to offer these family friendly events for free at the museum,” said Jennifer Smith, executive director of the museum. “We are always looking for new ways to inspire children’s educational curiosity,” said Smith.

For more information on upcoming events at the museum visit their website at www.pasokids.org.

 

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