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April 30, 2014
Posted by Kristina Jenkins
Looking to get geeky? The Philadelphia Science Festival is in full swing. Tons of the Science Festival’s happenings are presented free of charge — including the Science Carnival on the Parkway this Saturday, May 3 — but for those events that do require a ticket purchase, you can now save $5 on any ticket priced at $10 or more through PSF ticketing with code UWISHUNU14. That includes discounted admission to hot-ticket events like the awesome First Person Arts collaboration Science Storytelling or the Laurel Hill Cemetery’s After-Dark Tour on Thursday, May 1, and Beer Chemistry at Yards Brewing Company on Friday. Now, go forth and get nerdy. [Philadelphia Science Festival]
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