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The item you requested could not be found.Great Whites: Fact or Folklore Dinner Lecture
Published on: 10/13/2014
To learn more and to register, please click on the link below.
Register for December Vacation Camp
Published on: 10/13/2014
Register online today for Seaside Safari (for grades K-5) and Treks 4 Tots (for ages 3.5-5) December vacation camp by clicking the link below.
New! Online Nature Store
Published on: 10/01/2014
We have launched an Online Nature Store! Shopping online is convenient, easy and secure.
Glow in the Dark Family Dinner
Published on: 09/15/2014
Join us for an evening of bioluminescent learning and fun for the whole family! After a pasta dinner, adults will join NOAA Explorer Dr. Charles Mazel for an image-rich recount of his pioneering explorations while children learn about the same topic through florescent fun activities and crafts.
Funds Raised to Keep Seal Sculpture at SSC
Published on: 09/05/2014
The release of Belmont, the first seal rescued for rehabilitation by the Seacoast Science Center's Marine Mammal Rescue Team, has inspired local artist Marcia Gibbons to challenge the community to donate funds to keep Thomas Berger's Harbor Seal sculpture at the Center to commemorate the event.
Belmont the Seal Released into Wild
Published on: 09/03/2014
Belmont, a premature harbor seal pup rescued off a Hamtpon beach by the Seacoast Science Center's Marine Mammal Rescue Team on April 30, was released on a Cape Cod beach Tuesday evening, September 2nd. After four months of rehabilitation at the National Marine Life Center in Buzzards Bay, MA, Belmont was the first seal rescued by MMRT to be released back into the wild.
BioBlitz Registration is Open!
Published on: 08/20/2014
Explore nature with scientists, field experts and the Seacoast Science Center during our dawn-to-dusk nature scavenger hunt, September 20, 2014.
SSC Deploys an Ocean Drifter
Published on: 08/06/2014
New partnerships for SSC and STEM opportunities for teen campers!
Atlantic Grill's Music-by-the-Sea Concert Series
Published on: 06/28/2014
The Seacoast Science Center's Music-by-the-Sea concert series, held Thursday evenings beginning July 10, is a favorite summertime tradition on the seacoast. The series brings great music to a fabulous seaside setting to benefit the Center's ocean education efforts.
Sippin' for Seals a Huge Success!
Published on: 06/20/2014
Caption: Marine Mammal Rescue supporters Tom Haas and Karen Grober select their mystery bottles of at the Wall of Wine raffle during the Seacoast Science Center's Sippin' for Seals event, held on June 19, 2014. For more photographs of the event, click on the link below.
World's Ocean Day Celebration: June 8
Published on: 05/27/2014
The Seacoast Science Center will be observing World's Ocean Day on June 8 with a celebration full of exciting programs for the whole family to enjoy. In addition, three new exhibits will also be on display for young visitors to explore.
Summer Camp Registration OPEN
Published on: 05/27/2014
We are now accepting Treks 4 Tots and Seaside Safari Vacation Camp registration online, in person, by mail, or by fax.
Atlantic Grill Sponsors Music-by-the-Sea Concert Series
Published on: 05/10/2014
Seacoast Science Center President Wendy Lull accepts a $10,000 check in sponsorship for its upcoming Music-by-the-Sea concert series from Peter and Michael Labrie, owners of the Riverhouse Resturant in Portsmouth and soon-to-be-built Atlantic Grill in Rye.
Kennebunk Savings' Rescue Run a Great Success!
Published on: 03/01/2014
Caption: Volunteer blue lobster, Abbie Croot, and red lobster, Emily Croot, congratulate Nathan Huppe (#376) of Dover, NH, the overall winner with a time of 17:08 at Seacoast Science Center's Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals 5k trial race sponsored by Kennebunk Savings, held April 26. Overall top female, Leslie Dillon of Kittery, ME finished with a time of 19:06. Rebecca O'Brien (#66) and Chris Ritchie (#347) were second finishers. The race brought runners on a scenic route of varied terrain through Odiorne Point State Park. All proceeds from the event support the Center's marine mammal rescue and ocean education efforts. (Michael Sterling Photography)
Family Evening: Meet the Marine Mammal Rescue Team
Published on: 12/20/2013
Evenings at the Seacoast Science Center Dinner Series presents Meet the Marine Mammal Rescue Team
Wave of Change Exhibit featuring the work of photograher Brian Skerry
Published on: 10/12/2013
A brightly-colored nudibranch (Flabellina nobilis) by Brian Skerry.
Dinner Series: Storm Surge! Meeting the Sea's Challenge on the Seacoast
Published on: 10/09/2013
Join us on February 6 at 6pm for an evening of dinner and conversation with founding members of the NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup, Sherry Godlewski, Steve Miller, and Peter Britz. Their engaging presentation will explain how climate change, storm surge and sea level rise will impact New Hampshire's coast.
A Hauntingly Fun Family Evening featuring Venom Diaries with Paul Erickson
Published on: 09/10/2013
Join us for an enjoyable family evening including dinner, a presentation on venomous marine creatures for adults, and spooky sea creature activities for children. In the spirit of the Halloween season, costumes are encouraged.
SSC to Kick Off Ocean Awareness Week
Published on: 09/01/2013
Join us or a the film screen of Ocean Frontiers, The Dawn of a New Era of Ocean Stewardship, healthy ocean activities for children, and the opening of new exhibits: Wave of Change, New England Ocean Odyssey Photography, and Disposable Dangers Tank
BioBlitz!: An Extreme Species Search in Odiorne Point State Park
Published on: 08/07/2013
Explore nature with scientists, field experts and the Seacoast Science Center on September 21
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