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Shiver Me Timbers Family Dinner!
Published on: 10/02/2015
It's pirate fun for all! After enjoying a family-style pasta dinner, we'll connect to the Mariners' Museum in Newport News, VA via distance learning in our Gregg Interactive Learning Studio for an interactive pirate program. Then, adults will hear the spooky tale of The Ghost Black Beard's Bride, presented by SSC President Wendy Lull, while kids learn more about pirates through fun activities. Halloween costumes encouraged!
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BioBlitz Results 2015
Published on: 10/01/2015
The Seacoast Science Center's BioBlitz gives families the opportunity to explore Odiorne Point State Park with expert naturalists as they search for as many different species as possible in one day. The data collected serves as a valuable snapshot of biodiversity in the park.
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BioBlitz: Extreme Nature Scavenger Hunt
Published on: 08/27/2015
The Seacoast Science Center's BioBlitz gives families the opportunity to explore Odiorne Point State Park with many expert naturalists as they search for as many different species as possible during this dawn-to-dusk scavenger hunt.
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Evening at SSC Dinner: A Snapshot of NH
Published on: 08/26/2015
Join us on September 26 at 5pm for An Evening at Seacoast Science Center Dinner for Adults, following BioBlitz!
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Save the Seals River Cruise
Published on: 08/22/2015
Join the Seacoast Science Center and Newburyport Whale Watch for the Save the Seals River Cruise on Sunday, September 13, 5:00-8:00 p.m.
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Help us save the seals!
Published on: 07/30/2015
New Hampshire's marine mammal rescue effort costs $85,000 on an average year and the seals can't pay. That's why we need your contribution to keep our hotline up and our Marine Mammal Rescue Team ready to respond.
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Register now for Summer Camp!
Published on: 06/30/2015
The Seacoast Science Center environmental day camp camp gets kids outdoors, learning about nature through fun, hands-on activities. Located in Odiorne Point State Park, lessons incorporate the rich natural and historic resources of the Park and the Gulf of Maine. Indoors, the Center\\\\\\\'s live animal and hands-on exhibits reinforce lessons on current ocean science.
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Summer Raffle: Win a paddleboard!
Published on: 06/26/2015
Enter to win great prizes during our sensational Summer Raffle, now through July 30!
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Atlantic Grill"s Music-by-the-Sea Celebrates 20 Years
Published on: 06/22/2015
The Atlantic Grill Music-by-the-Sea concert series, held Thursday evenings in July at the Seacoast Science Center, brings some of New England\\\'s hottest bands to the Seacoast. Enjoy great tunes and the fabulous seaside setting while supporting the Center\\\'s ocean education mission and Marine Mammal Rescue Program.
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Sippin for Seals: A great night our for a great cause!
Published on: 05/07/2015
Enjoy dining on fabulous bites prepared by local chefs, sippin\' on cool beverages by the sea, and dancin\' the night away to live music in support of the Center\'s Marine Mammal Rescue and ocean education efforts.
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Marine Debris Art Contest Winners Exhibit
Published on: 04/25/2015
Featuring the winners of From the Bow Seat\\\'s 2014 Ocean Awareness Student Contest, the exhibit on display at the Seacoast Science Center now through June 17, combines art, science, and advocacy to inspire visitors to #SaveOurSeas.
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Kennebunk Savings Rescue Run Results
Published on: 04/25/2015
Kennebunk Saving\'s Kenny Bear stands with Rescue Run 5k top finishers Eric Couture of Boston, MA (17:10) and Leslie O\\\'Dell of Albany, NH (18:28). All proceeds from the annual Rescue Run support the Seacoast Science Center\'s Marine Mammal Rescue program and ocean education efforts. (Michael Sterling Photography)
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Sea of Cortez Eco-Adventure
Published on: 04/25/2015
Eco-Adventure to Baja Sur, Mexico with the Seacoast Science Center, October 4-11, 2015
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Register for April Vacation Camp
Published on: 03/01/2015
Register online today for Seaside Safari (for grades K-5) and Treks 4 Tots (for ages 3.5-5) April vacation camp by clicking the link below.
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Kennebunk Savings Rescue Run: April 25
Published on: 02/01/2015
The Kennebunk Savings Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals, held at the Seacoast Science Center on April 25, features a 5k trail race and a Kid\'s Fun Run on the scenic trails of historic Odiorne Point State Park in Rye.
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New! Online Nature Store
Published on: 10/01/2014
We have launched an Online Nature Store! Shopping online is convenient, easy and secure.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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