what do you do when it's 30 below outside and in need of a little something interesting and fun to do?
You can check out the really fun exhibit at the Ontario Science Center.
Along with all the other great things to do there, Lulu just loved these "dream machines" created by Rowland Emett.
It runs until February 8th.
I loved all the natural sunlight streaming though the windows and high ceilings in the great hall and all the beautiful light bouncing around on all the reflective doohickeys hanging from the ceiling.
I also loved that we went after school and the place was not busy at all.
I'm so not into crowds.
Lulu and I had a blast- just us two girls.
Our membership expired this week so I wanted to squeeze one more visit in, mean while I think we only went twice all year.
In the end I still think it's worth it to get a family membership if you plan on going more than once a year.
There are so many great things there for three year olds, and all ages really.
They even have special baby and toddler areas- which according to Lulu were sooooo last year.....
The staff was super friendly and informative and because they weren't too busy, Lulu got her very own private tour of the bat cave...kewl.
I highly recommend the Science Center.
Especially when there is absolutely no chance in hell that we will be hanging outside anytime soon.
Did I mention that the inside of my windows had frost on them this morning!!