Mad Science of Greater Boston
Other Ideas: Colores Kids; North of Boston Arts Center; Emerson Umbrella Center For The Arts; KidsArts! Multicultural Afterschool and Summer Program; Dot Art (Dorchester Community Center for the Visual Arts)
Mad Science’s educational and entertaining science programs are conducted in schools, camps, community centers, libraries, recreation departments, and other locations in the Greater Boston area. The programs are informative, interactive and fun, and are done in a variety of formats such as workshops, after-school courses, assemblies, special events, and summer and vacation programs.
Our mission is to spark the imagination and curiosity of children through the exploration of science activities that instill a clearer understanding of what science is all about and how it affects the world around us. Mad Science instructors are experienced with children and bring all the equipment and supplies with them for each session. All the school or other location needs to provide is the room, the children and some water!
For more information about Mad Science programs and to find out whether we come to your area, give us a call!!
37 Whitcomb St., Waltham, MA map
Mad Science comes to you.
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Mad Science Falls Madly Short!My granddaughter was disappointed when she did not receive the rocket launch promised for her 11th birthday party. Although her mother placed this order apparently the booking coordinator must have forgotten?? Needless to say this oversight put a damper on her party. Needless to say this was not exactly professional service! I would be 'mad' to recommend Mad Science of Greater Boston to anyone!!!
LAME birthday partyI was so excited to have a Mad Science party for my childrens' birthday. Boy was I disappointed. Don't waste your money. It was dull, boring, not educational.
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