Spring break is just around the corner and families looking for fun and educational activities can head to The Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley, California. From March 30 to April 7, the science center offers a packed schedule of special events, extended hours and activities for all ages.

One of the highlights of the spring break schedule is the earth architecture project led by Osage artist Brooke Smiley. Entitled EARTH.SPEAKS, this project aims to elevate Indigenous voices through the creation of earth markers as a sustainable practice of sculpture construction. Participants will have the opportunity to get a little muddy and be a part of this community art project.

Another exciting exhibit at The Lawrence Hall of Science is an 8-foot anatomically correct human heart sculpture created by the Flaming Lotus Girls. This sculpture will pulse with flames to simulate the flow of blood through the vessels and will have pyrotechnic displays on select days during spring break.

Visitors can also learn about lighting and fires through an enlightening event, as well as make sun prints from the museum’s outdoor plaza with stunning views of San Francisco Bay. And on April 8, there will be an eclipse viewing party from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m

For more information about spring break events at The Lawrence Hall of Science, visit their website at Lawrencehallofscience.org/events/spring-break-at-the-lavrence/.

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