Individual Tickets:
(School Year/ Summer Season)
Child: $6/ $7
Child under 2: $3
Adult: $8/ $9
Smithsonian Associate Members: $5/ $6

Group Tickets:
$5/person (School Year)
$6/person for Seasons of Light
$6/person (Summer Season)
(free adult for every 20 students)

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Jargie the Science Girl
Thursday, March 28 and Friday, March 29 at 10:15 a.m. and Noon
Ripley Center, Smithsonian
Ages 6-11 (Grade 1 to Grade 5)

Fábulas Fairy TalesLook out! Jargie the Science Girl and her assistant Benjamin the Penguin are ready to rattle the molecules—and you’re invited to join them in the laboratory. Jargie (the quirky alter ego of scientist-educator Jocelyn Argueta) dons her signature pink lab coat to launch into exciting experiments and demonstrations that deliver plenty of solid science facts—along with “impossible” physics, rockets, and dobblybloppers galore.

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