Science on Screen, Jr. presents: Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
For thousands of years, people have used selective breeding to get more of what we want from our food plants and animals: larger harvests, better taste, longer shelf-life. Today's genetic engineering techniques promise bigger results... and bring new worries. At this event, kids will learn about how the food they eat is engineered, and discuss whether the potential benefits of GMOs are worth the risks. Wallace and his loyal dog, Gromit, set out to uncover the mystery behind the garden sabotage that plagues their village and threatens the annual giant-vegetable growing contest. About Science on Screen, Jr. Aimed at children ages 5 to 10, Science on Screen, Jr. is an extension of the Coolidge's acclaimed Science on Screen program, which promotes public understanding of science and technology through the magic of cinema. Science on Screen, Jr. creatively pairs family-friendly films with hands-on activities and lively introductions by scientists. Stroller parking is available in the downstairs lobby and the theater is fully accessible. Booster seats are also available for the tiny ones.