Please join the Saint Louis Science Center at a Blood Drive sponsored by the American Red Cross and give the gift of life this holiday season. To make an appointment, visit www.redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: SLSC. 

All presenting donors will receive a special American Red Cross holiday long-sleeve t-shirt (while supply lasts). Free parking will be provided for all presenting donors. 

Nova Nights: Creepy Comets

On October 31, grab your friends or your date and enjoy a geeky night out at the James S. McDonnell Planetarium. Enjoy drinks, a classic horror movie (Night of the Living Dead, 1968) and a live star show exploring the real story of some of sci-fi’s favorite villains, comets.

Your admission to Nova Nights includes:

Dr. Dale Anderson from the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Lab will bring you the latest findings about the existence of life beyond Earth. Enjoy numerous activities throughout the Science Center, including a free Public Telescope Viewing with the St. Louis Astronomical Society and a free science fiction film at 10pm.

For a complete schedule of our August First Friday activities, click here

Visit the Science Center and engage with innovative minds in our community as you get an inside look into the creative process. Delve into the work of local game developers, visual artists, performers, crafters and tech visionaries - and, you'll have a chance to join in on the fun. 

The Saint Louis Science Center Active Creativity Initiative is a network of actively creative people in our region, including hackers, visual artists, do-it-yourselfers, actors, crafters, game developers, and makers, to name a few.

On Saturday, June 7 from 10am to 4pm the Active Creativity Initiative network will host The Bright Ideas Expo: Showcasing St. Louis Creativity at the Saint Louis Science Center.