Going on vacation? Don't lug heavy, bulky equipment through the airport for your kids ever again! Book your order by MARCH 31st and LIKE our Facebook page! Your coupon code is FG0312. Book today and save! Offers valid in select cities.
Expires: Mar. 31st, 2017
Redeem this offer online at visitsealife.com/Arizona and click on the Promo tab or present this coupon to the SEA LIFE Arizona Aquarium admissions counter to receive your Kids Go Free offer. Offer not valid with online discounted tickets, combination tickets or any other discount or offer. Valid up to four (4) free child tickets with the purchase of four (4) full price paid adult admission per coupon. The right of final interpretation resides with SEA LIFE Arizona Aquarium. Not for resale. No Cash vlue. Expires 05/31/2017 Code: FamGuideKGF
Expires: May. 31st, 2017
Free Child (Ages 3-12) Ticket to Madame Tussauds Hollywood with purchase of regular same day Adult admission. Present this coupon at the Madame Tussauds Box Office and receive one free child's admission with every purchase of a regular same day Adult admission up to 6 total admissions. Not valid on online, advance or combo ticket purchases or with any other discounts. Restrictions apply. Promo Code: 4030.
Expires: Dec. 31st, 2017
The University of Arizona in partnership with Cox Communications, presents Connect2STEM 2017 - a free event that is focused on inspiring kids about science, technology, engineering, math - and medicine with over 100+ hands-on STEM activities where guests can touch synthetic cadavers, explore real space equipment, and network with STEM professionals.
The third annual Connect2STEM will take place from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at the UA College of Medicine - Phoenix, located in downtown Phoenix at 435 N. Van Buren Street, Phoenix (NE Corner of 5th St. and Van Buren).
Connect2STEM will feature five hands-on activity zones:
* Bioscience Zone: Touch, feel and discover the human body like never before. See the biomechanics of a life-sized synthetic cadaver that can talk, breathe, bleed and sweat.
* Nature Zone: Get down and dirty with UA master gardeners and splash around in the Wildcat Water Lab.
* Outer Space/Technology Zone: Calling all amateur astronomers! Learn about OSRIS-Rex, a mission to bring pieces of the asteroid "Bennu" back to earth.
* Cox Gig Zone: Enjoy gaming stations, coloring contests and giveaways. Learn about the science of GIGABLAST services getting to your home. Be on the lookout for a special appearance by Digeez, the COX mascot.
* Wildcat Spirit Zone: Bear Down! Meet Wilbur and Wilma Wildcat, mingle with fellow alumni and bounce around on the UA Inflatable.
Feb. 11th - Apr. 2nd
The Arizona Renaissance Festival is a medieval amusement park, a 12-stage theater, a 30-acre circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast -- all rolled into one non-stop, day-long family adventure!
Join author and reading specialist Kristin Cetone and her character, Buckaroo Buckeye, for a reading of her award-winning children's book, "Buckaroo Buckeye - A Little Nut with Big Dreams," on World Read Aloud Day at Inspire Kids Montessori! Buckaroo Buckeye tells the touching tale of a little buckeye nut who falls from his tree in Ohio to embark on a magical journey to find his self-worth and place in the world. As he encounters the bumps and bullies along the way, Buckaroo discovers that anyone can "dream, believe and achieve" no matter their size! Includes positive messaging for young children about self-esteem and how to ignore bullies.
For ages 4-8 and parents. Free to the public. Please RSVP to (480) 659-9402. Space is limited. Times: 10-11 am.
Feb. 28th - Mar. 2nd
Student Days (February 28 and March 2
The Arizona Renaissance Festival gives students a chance to do more than just read about history...WE LET THEM EXPERIENCE IT!
The Renaissance ideas that laid foundation for later inventions are still evident and influential today. Today's THINKERS, DREAMERS, INVENTORS are pushing the boundaries of what is known into the unknown; who knows what their discoveries will become? Remember, Da Vinci knew flight was possible when no one else did...There are Da Vinci's of today just about to emerge...with new ideas and dreams for the future. SciTech and the Arizona Renaissance Festival enable students to see the connection between past, present and BEYOND!
2017 Student Day Dates
Tuesday, February 28th - Elementary Schools
Thursday, March 2nd - Jr./Sr. High Schools
Hours: 9am - 2:30pm
For more information visit http://arizona.renfestinfo.com/student-days/
Jun. 27th - Jul. 31st
The Cottonwood Gulch Prairie Trek began in 1926 when our founder, Hillis Howie, learned of plans to pave Route 66. He wanted to make sure that his students learned about the American West and Native cultures before it was too late. This 5 week, all male Trek will inspire and challenge young men through wilderness backpacking, local service projects, rock climbing, mountaineering, canyoneering, and exploration of cultural and scientific sites around the Four Corners. Prairie Trekkers spend a large part of their Trek traveling from site to site, bound only by the road and their destination. The remaining time will be spend at our Base Camp property located in the Zuni Mountains. Here Trekkers will work on their personal legacy projects that may include forest restoration projects, organic farming projects, or special carpentry additions to Base Camp. Prairie Trekkers have the highest rate of return and represent a 90 year legacy here at The Gulch.
Jun. 27th - Jul. 31st
Mountain Desert Trek is an experience unlike any other. Are you ready to spend 6 weeks backpacking through desert canyons, up mountain peaks, across rivers, and into the wilderness? Do you enjoy ghost towns, Native American cultures, local artists and musicians, service learning, and organic farming? The Cottonwood Gulch Mountain Desert Trek is our longest and most intensive Trek designed for young men and women ages 16-18. This Trek will spend much of their 44 days exploring sites like a Colorado 14er, Mesa Verde, Monument Valley, The Great Sand Dunes, and many other world class destinations. MDT Trekkers will develop leadership skills through personal projects, planning expeditions, demonstrating expedition mentality, and communal living. Most importantly, Trekkers will learn self-reliance, compassion for their peers, and how to overcome personal challenges.