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May 24 Is ‘Miracle League Day’ at Connecticut Science Center

The Miracle League of CT will host ‘Miracle League Day’ at the Connecticut Science Center on Sunday, May 24.

SCIENCE CENTER DAY

Submitted by the Miracle League of CT

The Miracle League of CT is hosting Miracle League Day at The Connecticut Science Center on Sunday, May 24. Join us for a day of family fun and see the Extreme Dinosaurs exhibit at the museum. We are offering deeply discounted all day passes for the event and it is open to all friends of The Miracle League and to the general public. Tickets are $10 per person in advance, and $14.95 at the door on the day of the event. This is a savings of more than $50 for a family of four.

The event is open to ALL families; you do not need to be a member of The Miracle League nor do you have to be a family whose child has special needs.

General Admission includes all 4 floors of hands-on exhibits including the new traveling exhibit, Extreme Dinosaurs and entry into one 2D or 3D movie. Please note that this is NOT a sensory friendly event.

The Extreme Dinosaurs exhibit features roaring, moving dinosaurs and may not be appropriate for some guests with sensitivity to loud noises. The special ticket is a significant savings off the regular rate of $26.95 Adults/$19.95 Youth for General admission plus a movie. The Science Center is open 9AM to 5PM. To purchase the reduced price tickets, please visit http://miracleleaguect.org/sciencecenter

About The Miracle League of Connecticut: The Miracle League of Connecticut is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing recreational and sporting opportunities for children with physical and/or cognitive challenges at accessible facilities. Building upon the ideal that “every child deserves a chance to play”, the Miracle League has accomplished its original goal to construct a Miracle League Field in West Hartford. Located at the corner of Asylum Avenue and Trout Brook Drive within one of the finest Little League complexes in the state, the field is fully wheelchair accessible and was the first of its kind in New England. Hundreds of children from throughout the state come to West Hartford to participate in spring and fall baseball leagues each year. In addition to the field, the Miracle League has built an accessible-to-all playground, which has become one of the most used playgrounds in the area. Learn more at MiracleLeagueCT.org.

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