More families can now enjoy the fun learning experience of the Kentucky Science Center.
The center launched a new membership program for participants of the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) or the Women Infants Children (WIC) supplemental nutrition program. Called the Community Access Membership, any recipient of SNAP or WIC from any state can become a member of the center for free.
“Removing barriers to access offers everyone the promise of curiosity, creativity, and innovation,” Kentucky Science Center Chief Executive Officer Mike Norman said. “Our goal is to inspire everyone to be a life-long learner, which leads to a better quality of life for all.”
Click here to download a Community Access Membership application form or visit the center in downtown Louisville.
New members of the Kentucky Science Center can also donate memberships to support the Annual Fund for Science. Donations are tax-deductible.
The center is currently operating at limited capacity with mask requirements for visitors age 6 and up. To learn more, click here.