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Petroleum Museum Presents “Space Escape” Family Science Night

This free community event is an opportunity for families to bring their children out to enjoy over 20 science stations featuring educational demonstrations, activities, and experiments.
MIDLAND -- Blast off to the Petroleum Museum for “Space Escape” Family Science Night Thursday December 12th from 6:30-8:00 pm. This free community event is an opportunity for families to bring their children out to enjoy over 20 science stations featuring educational demonstrations, activities, and experiments. Join us for the best gathering in the galaxy as you create a planet in a bottle, launch a balloon rocket, form a star constellation and make moon craters.

“Family Science Nights are a great opportunity for children to get really excited about science!” said Stacie Hanna, Education and Marketing Director at the Petroleum Museum. “Kids can get involved with fun experiments and demonstrations and parents will love the free educational entertainment. It’s a great event for the entire family. ”

Admission is absolutely free and refreshments will be provided. The Petroleum Museum would like to extend a special thanks to our sponsor, Chevron for making this ultimate space adventure possible. It’s going to be out of this world! For more information, call 683-4403 or visit us online at petroleummuseum.org.

About the Petroleum Museum:

The Permian Basin Petroleum Museum was founded by Texas oilman George T. Abell in 1975. The Museum is one of the largest in the country dedicated to the petroleum industry and its pioneers, and has expanded its offering to include a Transportation Wing, featuring the world-renowned Chaparral Car Gallery, as well as one of the state’s largest mineral galleries. Through education, technology, and community leadership, the Petroleum Museum continues to serve the Permian Basin community as an evolving resource for the petroleum industry and honors the individuals that have helped create its rich history. For more information, please call (432) 683-4403 or visit the museum’s website at www.petroleummuseum.org.
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