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On Wednesday, December 14, Mad Science will be taking over DCR’s Fall River Heritage State Park for Mad Science Presents: Lab Night! Come join the fun – there will be exciting experiments and activities for all ages, including a live stage show.  The fun begins at 5:30 p.m. and admission is free!

On Saturday evening, December 17, drop everything and head to DCR’s Borderland State Park for a Movie at the Mansion.  The ornate, two-story library of the Ames Mansion transforms into a classic movie theater, complete with refreshments and snacks.  Just in time for the holiday season, the feature movie will be “It’s a Wonderful Life” (one of my favorite personal favorites).  Admission is free, however, a small donation is requested for refreshments and snacks.  RSVP is required, so call early to reserve your seats!

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