Summer 2017 at the BIG Little Science Centre

Check out what’s happening at the BIG Little Science Centre this summer!

Unless otherwise stated, programs run daily and are: At 11:00am and again at 1:30pm

Included with standard entry fee Free for members

The BIG Little Science Centre is open year round: Tuesday to Saturday. The Exploration Room is open 10am to 4pm, with over 140 different exhibits to enjoy. Full activity information is on the website calendar.

Tuesday June 27 to Friday 30 LEGO and other construction materials out all day for your building pleasure.

Saturday July 1: The main centre is closed. Please join the BIG Little Science Centre Travel Booth in Riverside Park from 9:00 am to 6:00pm

Tuesday July 4 to Saturday July 8 LEGO and other construction materials out all day for your building pleasure.

Tuesday July 4 to Saturday July 8 Static Electricity Show

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The Rivertown Players Return!

Get ready Kamloops, the Kamloops Arts Council’s The Rivertown Players are back!

The Rivertown Players create and perform free, fun, interactive children’s theatre productions! The team this year is Jeffery Daniels the Assistant Director, Ashley Hiibner the Stage Manager and Avery Reid the Booking Coordinator! They will all be acting in the performances, but for now they are busy creating original plays for the summer!

This summer is a special one because it is the first time the troupe will have two seasons! There will be 3 shows in July and then a new

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Just $5 dollars helps fund our forest

Remember those childhood days when you just couldn’t wait to get outside? You thought you were playing but what you were really doing was learning. With nature as your classroom, you were learning teamwork, sharing, exploring, questioning (How do flowers really grow?) and how big the world can be when you add your imagination to it. Learning through nature is at the core of the Kamloops Child Development Centre – and our amazingly big yard is a key component: our own natural classroom for our children to play and learn.

This classroom needs to continue to grow and it’s the focus of our major fundraising project now. Our plans include replacing the decade-old equipment and, in its place, building a natural wonderland that researchers can confirm brings so many benefits to our ever-growing number of children who come to our centre, not just for care but, as our name says so dryly, to develop. We prefer to

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