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It’s finally here—an amazing array of “Mighty Machines” are visiting the Discovery Museum in Santa Maria this Saturday, December 1st RAIN OR SHINE. From 11 – 5 the community is invited to get up close to some really interesting machines that repair, clean, help, and grow our world every day!  Touch and maybe even climb on everything from tractors, excavators, loaders, cement mixers motorcycles, taxis, emergency vehicles and even a robot when you enjoy this amazing one day event.  It will surely be a day that will be remembered for years to come.  Unique machines from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Saint Joseph High School, the City of Santa Maria, Cal Coast Equipment, Cal Portland, Premier Autobody and others will be on hand—along with many experts who know how they work and what they do—so kids and families can be amazed by and learn about these important machines that work in our community.

This is a ticketed event and tickets may be purchased securely online by visiting the Discovery Museum website at www.smvdiscoverymuseum.org or by visiting the Museum in person at 705 S. McClelland Street in Santa Maria during normal business hours.  Museum members receive a substantial discount for this event and families that purchase an annual membership on or before December 1st will get two FREE tickets to “Mighty Machines.”  For more information about this event or any of the other events, exhibits or programs of the Discovery Museum send an email to programs@smdiscoverymuseum.org or call 805-928-8414.

The Discovery Museum has been serving kids and families as the ONLY children’s museum in Santa Barbara County for 15 years.  Through unique and diverse hands on exhibits, enrichment programs, camps, classes and special events, the Museum offers learning and exploration for children of all ages.  The Museum is located at 705 S. McClelland in Santa Maria and is open Monday through Saturday with expanded hours every Thursday evening and open from 12-4 on the last Sunday of every month.  For more information, visit the museum website at www.smvdiscoverymuseum.org or call 805-928-8414.