February 15, 2013

Discount to See Cranbrook's Rare Meteorite Collection


Take the kids to Cranbrook for their rare meteorite
collection. You can even get a 50% discounted -year
membership available for a limited time!
The timing is right on with this deal. It's a weekend event. It's an event that relates to something that happened in the news overnight. AND it is a great way to spend your weekend. What is it you ask? Well why not take your kids and teens to Cranbrook tomorrow to view their rare meteorite collection?

There are not many places where you can glimpse a meteor or meteorite and there are even fewer places that allow your kids to TOUCH a meteor. Tomorrow though, the Cranbrook Institute of Science will be showcasing their very rare collection due to many meteor questions surrounding today's Siberian meteor strike! 
The biggest challenge is that the collection will only be available for a very short period of time tomorrow, with a special viewing of the meteorites, available 1:00-2:00 p.m. Saturday due to scheduling restraints. However families going to see the meteors can advantage of a very special deal before they go though as Living Social is offering a discount Family Deal for only $42 for a one-year membership. Essentially you are getting an entire year of access to the museum for less than what a typical of family of four would pay for a single visit!

So take advantage of this Cranbrook discount and head to the museum tomorrow to see the meteors, it's a great way to keep your kids interested in science!

4 comments:

  1. Hey, the RSS feed of your site seems to be broken--can you fix that? Looks like you used to use feedburner but now don't anymore or something like that? Or maybe you used to have a different domain registered? Either way it's not working in my google reader.

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    1. The feedburner feed for the blog is http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/qMdsG I'm sure it has to do with the blog being hijacked last summer!

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