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April 16, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEApril 16, 2015Union Station Media Contact: Michael Tritt 816-460-2278, mtritt@unionstation.org   Science City Receives Donation from Southwest Airlines to Help Summer Camp Experience Soar Airlines also unveils stunning, new ‘... More

Press Releases
April 14, 2015

        Issued: 14 April 2015, Historic Union Station Kansas City Science Center, Science City hosts GSK Science in the Summer™ Program brings free STEM education to elementary students across the nation and here in Kansas City GSK Science in the... More

Announcements
April 6, 2015

BY ERIC ADLER - THE KANSAS CITY STAR 04/04/2015 3:34 PM | UPDATED:04/04/2015 5:00 PM     The host counted down: 10 … 9 … 8 … At zero, 6-year-old Jason Cluchey of Trimble, Mo., took off into the jungle gym beneath the antique biplane at the second... More

Announcements
March 16, 2015

POSTED 9:43 PM, MARCH 14, 2015, BY FOX 4 NEWSROOM     KANSAS CITY, Mo. — S.T.E.A.M. stands for science, technology, engineering, arts and math. The Science City S.T.E.A.M. Team was here this weekend to kick off a new segment FOX 4 is regularly... More

Announcements
March 9, 2015

POSTED: 11:25 AM, Mar 9, 2015   A faire that celebrates all things creative, from electronic gizmos to "slow-made" foods and even handmade clothes. Luis Rodriquez of Maker Faire KC  and Joel Fritzinger of KC R2 Builders Club give a sneak preview... More

Announcements
January 26, 2015

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A look into the heavens, from a Kansas City perspective. It's the new show at the Union Station planetarium. "Here in Kansas City, if you look up at the night sky, you're going to see a lot of light pollution from our city,... More

Announcements
January 25, 2015

BY MATT CAMPBELL - THE KANSAS CITY STAR 01/25/2015 9:50 PM | Updated: 01/25/2015 9:50 PM Here’s what our own Milky Way galaxy might look like from a galaxy far, far away. Much closer to home, the planetarium at Union Station in Kansas City... More

Press Releases
January 23, 2015

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  January 23, 2014 Union Station Media Contact:  Michael Tritt 816.460.2278; mtritt@unionstation.org      $250,000 Grant for Science City Received  From Arvin Gottlieb Charitable Foundation    Union Station’s Star Continues... More

Announcements
January 7, 2015

BY JESUS LOPEZ-GOMEZ SPECIAL TO THE STAR 01/06/2015 3:27 PM | UPDATED:   01/06/2015 4:32 PM Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article5509248.html#storylink=cpy Marisa Madeira (left), 17, and Cooper Yerby, 18, both Olathe... More

Announcements
December 23, 2014

By Victoria Craig //  Published December 23, 2014 // FOXBusiness When Cooper Yerby was six years old, he wanted to be a pilot. But, like most young children, as he grew up, his opinion changed. A few years later, he wanted to be a meteorologist,... More

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