Utica, New York (February 9, 2021) – The Utica Children’s Museum is extending their Virtual February Break Activities by joining Barneveld-based Unity Hall to present a Talewise ScienceTellers program “Dragons: Return of the Ice Sorceress.” The program will be offered for free on Zoom on Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 2:00pm.
The adventure begins a long time ago, in a faraway world, when two brave villagers go on a daring journey to save the kingdom from the evil Ice Sorceress. When things don’t go as planned, however, they need to look to themselves (and to science!) for the answer. This fun fantasy adventure explores the science of dry ice.
This program is geared for kids age 5 – 12, but all ages are welcome! Zoom space is limited for this special online presentation. Free viewing passes can be reserved at www.unityhall.com/dragons.
Dragons: Return of the Ice Sorceress Zoom program is made possible through a Holiday Match Gift from Stewart’s Shops.
About Unity Hall
Unity Hall Foundation, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1995 to maintain the 1896 Hall as a center for the arts and community activities. It is one of Central New York’s most exciting homes for live music, theater, entertaining spoken word, and hands-on programs throughout the year and was recognized as one of the best venues for live music in the 2019 and 2020 Syracuse Area Music (SAMMY) Awards. During the pandemic, Unity Hall has been delivering successful vitual music concerts and other programming.
About Utica Children’s Museum
The Utica Children’s Museum will be relocating to the Parkway District of Utica on the corner of Holland Avenue and Memorial Parkway and will be creating an entirely new experience for families in the Mohawk Valley. The new museum is part of a larger project of ICAN – the development of a first-of-its-kind Family Resource Center that will house ICAN family-based programs, space open to the community AND the Museum. Leadership and staff from ICAN and the Children’s Museum are in the midst of readying the building and the planning of exhibit experiences and space with their partners. With over 50 years of history, the Utica Children’s Museum is one of the oldest children’s museums in the country.