The Saskatchewan Science Centre has announced plans for three new initiatives to take place in 2017.
The centre will be opening a new photo exhibit by Todd Mintz, world-renowned photographer. The exhibit, Endurance, will feature shots of Mintz’s journey to the Canadian Arctic, National Parks, and new images from the South Pacific. The showcase opens on January 6, 2017.
A new IMAX film will also hit the centre in the new year. Dream Big is the latest IMAX documentary from award-winning MacGillvray-Freeman Films. The film explores engineering in everyday life, and works with current school curriculum. Dream Big opens on February 17, 2017.
The Science Centre is also holding 24 Hours of Science, a marathon of science and discovery. There will be activities held on June 9 and 10, both in the science centre and in Wascana Park.