Teen Night Out @Natural History

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2nd Annual Teen Night Out! Saturday, October 13, 6:30 - 9:00 pm Free

 

 

Saturday, October 13, 2018

6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

 

FREE Event for High School Students (with a valid school ID)

Q?rius, The Coralyn W. Whitney Science Education Center

Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History

 

On Saturday, October 13th , the National Museum of Natural History is throwing its Second Annual Teen Night Out, and this year it’s a throwback to the '90s! 

In anticipation of the Hall of Fossils: Deep Time exhibit opening in June of 2019, take a trip to the not-so-deep year of 1993 with big screen dinosaurs and the best of '90s music and fashion. There will be free food, a DJ, a screening of the original "Jurassic Park," hands-on science stations, and awesome opportunities to learn more about Youth Programs at the Natural History Museum. Come in costume, and help us celebrate the best decade of the modern era!

To register, click here: https://eventactions.com/eareg.aspx?ea=Rsvp&invite=gfxrszau5wygtjwa8meejm2sd47tsa8190nj2f02w5t80zw55uec

NOTES:

  • This event is for high school students only, ages 13-18, with a valid school ID. Don’t have a school issued ID? We will also accept government issued IDs, current class schedules (including homeschool courses), or a copy of your last report card. 
  • Participants ages 13-17 must have the following signed permission slip to participate. Paper copies will also be available at the event check-in table. Download Permission Slip
  • Parents and guardians will receive a coupon good for 15% off their purchase at Teaism Penn Quarter, which can be used during the Teen Night Out!
  • We strongly recommend pre-registration for this popular event, but will accept drop-in attendees if space is available.
  • Questions? Contact us at YouthNMNH@si.edu 

 

Two teen girls gather around another who is playing an arcade-style video game in the Last American Dinosaurs exhibit.

Photo by Heather Richardson, Smithsonian.