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SSC wins Best of Seacoast for kids birthday parties!

The Seacoast Science Center was voted number one for the best place to have a kid’s birthday party on the Seacoast! The contest, held over the summer by Seacoast Media Group, gave community members the opportunity to vote for their favorite businesses throughout the region. 
It’s no surprise to us that we are number one! Parties

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Marine Science Curriculum for elementary educators

A new rocky shore marine science curriculum is now available for educators to download free of charge from the Seacoast Science Center’s website.
The Rocky Shore Marine Science Curriculum: An Ecosystem Unit for Elementary Educators was created to provide New Hampshire elementary teachers and their students with a comprehensive, standards-based science unit. 
The Rocky Shore Marine Science Curriculum is a user-friendly,

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SSC celebrates 25th anniversary

The Seacoast Science Center (SSC) celebrated its 25th anniversary on Saturday, September 9 with a free community event attended by 4,000+ people, a proclamation issued by Governor Chris Sununu, and the unveiling of a sculpture honoring the Center’s founding president, Wendy Lull. The day capped off 25 weeks of special educational activities offered through the

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Seacoast Science Center Welcomes Jim Chase as New President

 

The Seacoast Science Center is pleased to announce that Jim Chase has been named President as of April 17, 2017. Chase served as Vice President of the Seacoast Science Center for nearly 12 years, from 2001-2013.
An avid climber, Jim left the Center to take the position of Operations Director of The Access

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Seacoast Science Center celebrates 25 years of ocean education

The Seacoast Science Center has been a favorite destination for families since it opened its doors in 1992. Located in historic Odiorne Point State Park in Rye, NH, the Center provides exceptional marine and environmental education through programs, exhibits, marine mammal rescue, and interpretation of Odiorne Point State Park.
“Our mission is to inform people

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SSC awarded Townsquare Media’s Year of Service Quarterly Partner

Townsquare Media New Hampshire, in conjunction with the Grappone Automotive Group, officially announced their 2017 Year of Service partners following a celebratory luncheon held on Wednesday, February 22 at their Dover headquarters.
The Seacoast Science Center was one of eight quarterly partners announced.  Other quarterly partners include New Horizons for New Hampshire, Half Moon Sober Festival,

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SSC’s Ocean Runner Completes the Dopey Challenge for Ocean Health

The Seacoast Science Center’s Ocean Runner, Nichole Rutherford, successfully completed one of the most challenging goals of her life: completing the Dopey Challenge at Walt Disney World in Florida. The race, held January 5-8, 2017, consisted of a 5K, 10K, half-marathon, and marathon, totaling 48.6 miles.
Although the half-marathon was cancelled due to severe

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SSC President Wendy Lull to Retire

Wendy Lull, who has been at the Seacoast Science Center’s helm since it opened in 1992, has announced her retirement next spring, 2017. Lull’s visionary leadership and infectious enthusiasm transformed the then newly established center into the nationally respected informal marine science education institution that it is today.
Lull led the merger of Friends of Odiorne

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SSC to host Ocean Planning Film and Panel Discussion

A special film screening about managing ocean resources in the Great Bear Sea and panel discussion about how local, regional, and national planning efforts are combining to sustain our coastal communities.
Ocean enthusiasts and community members are invited to attend the screening of Green Fire Production’s film, The Great Bear Sea. The film will be followed by a

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SSC announces new incentives for its supporters

The Seacoast Science Center kicked off its 2016 Annual Fund Campaign in April with the introduction of new benefits for higher levels of giving. The Center’s new Annual Giving Societies, for those who donate $300 or more, were created to recognize and motivate donors to step up their giving.
“The Seacoast Science Center relies on

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