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Mobius Science Center to open in August

Mobius Science Center will open on Aug. 3, with a grand opening celebration taking place in early September, the organization announced today. Construction is still under way on the 28,000-square-foot space at 811 W. Main, across the street from Nordstrom in downtown Spokane. Mobius has operated a children’s museum downtown since 2005. Mobius Science Center will target older children and adults and will focus on science, technology, math and engineering through exhibits and skill-building activities, according to a news release. The new science center will include classrooms, an exhibit area, a cafe and a store, as well as staff space and a reception area. “We’re excited to inspire the community’s curiosity and imagination as we begin previewing exhibits,” Chris Majer, Mobius Science Center’s CEO, said in the release. Mobius plans to offer science camps in April and over the summer. Call 509-443-5669 for information, or visit www.mobiusspokane.org.
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