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MOSI Now Offering Pay For A Day Deal
At the price of regular general admission, every MOSI guest will be given a Discovery Passport—the Pay for a Day deal card that gives them free unlimited admission to the Museum of Science & Industry through the end of 2017.
At $26.95 for adults, $25.95 for seniors (60+), and $20.95 for children (3-12), MOSI’s Pay for a Day, Rest of the Year Free ticket is the most affordable Pay for a Day offer in all of Tampa Bay.
With no blockout dates, Discovery Passport holders can spend all of 2017 immersing themselves in Florida’s only IMAX® DOME Theatre, discovering the night sky in the planetarium, and controlling tomorrow’s tech with real drones and 3D printing.
Families can come back again and again to ride a bike across a tightrope, touch a real meteorite, and hang on through a simulated hurricane.
Floridians also get Florida Resident Special savings when they upgrade from a Pay for a Day ticket to a full MOSI Membership. Full Memberships add even more benefits, including discounts on camps, programs, and shopping; free parking; free or discounted admission to more than 450 science centers and children’s museums worldwide; and 12 months of unlimited visits to MOSI.
No other discounts apply, and the Pay for a Day offer does not include special engagement exhibits and films, or separately ticketed activities such as the roller coaster simulator or Sky Trail® Ropes Course. MOSI’s Pay for a Day, Rest of the Year Free discount offer goes on sale February 25 at mosi.org and the MOSI Ticket Office and will only be available for a limited time.
MOSI is located at 4801 E Fowler Ave. in Tampa. Visit mosi.org.
Little Manatee River Mud Endeavor Run
On Saturday, March 25, Mud Endeavor travels down to the Little Manatee River for a scenic 5k mud obstacle run.
It will be held at The Masonic Park & Youth Camp, located at 18050 US Hwy. 301 S. in Wimauma, and will run from 8-11 a.m.
This run will test the elite competitor as well as the average runner with a unique course design that includes winding trails through and alongside the beautiful river and 15+ challenging but fun obstacles. Whether you are pushing yourself to complete this new 5k challenge for time or for fun, when it’s all said and done, you will leave with another great Mud Endeavor experience.
The Masonic Park & Youth Camp, where this event is being held, consists of 2O4 acres of wilderness sitting directly on the Little Manatee River. The park is managed and owned by the 17 Masonic Lodges in Hillsborough County. The Masons have been giving back to the youth for years.
To register, visit mudendeavor.com or call (352) 588-4597.
Third Annual Rotary Benefit Concert At Lakeland Center Features Wilson Phillips
A Rotary Benefit Concert is coming to The Lakeland Center on Saturday, March 25 at 7 p.m.
With five studio albums under their belt and their impressive pedigree as the daughters of two legendary groups: The Mamas and Papas, and The Beach Boys, respectfully, Wilson Phillip’s harmony-rich sound still sets them one notch above the rest.
They will be joined by special guests Sister Hazel and Jessie James Decker.
Ticket prices are $69.50 and $54.50. Service charges will apply and are available by calling The Lakeland Center Box Office 863-834-8111, 888-397-0100, and online at www.thelakelandcenter.com. All dates, acts, and ticket prices are subject to change without notice.