Green Means Go...To The Lawrence Hall of Science
The Lawrence Hall of Science (LHS) has a new logo! Based on the octagonal shape of their iconic building, the logo evokes a myriad of elements -- children playing, celestial bodies, molecular structures, as well as geometric patterns. The dynamic shape and green color are sure to inspire kids and adults alike to have fun doing science.
The new logo isn't all that’s green -- the Hall is a leading developer of science curriculum for use in schools and out-of-school programs. This spring, the Hall is rolling out green science kits for its AfterSchool KidzScience program. Also this spring, visitors to the Hall can build and test a model solar house in the Ingenuity Lab, see how deep-ocean creatures survive under extreme conditions at the Creatures of the Abyss exhibit, experience a planetarium show on how Nasa's Kepler mission is discovering strange planets, or sign up for a summer camp.
Even the youngest visitors will get a chance to be a scientist for the day as they make observations, ask questions, and test their ideas. Learn more about current exhibits and activities at lawrencehallofscience.org/spring, visit our store to get some great new Hall gear, and join in the Hall's Cal Day festivities on Saturday, April 16, 2011.
Source: Lawrence Hall of Science