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Science Center To Close

School Programs To End In May

Posted: February 27, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Programming at the Ozark Natural Science Center will end after its last school visit in May.

At A Glance

Ozark Natural Science Center

The Ozark Natural Science Center sits in the Bear Hollow Natural Area next to the 15,000 acre Madison County Wildlife Management Area. About 3,000 students visit the center each year from Arkansas and Oklahoma learning science and conservation through an overnight stay. The 88-acre center property has 8 miles of trails, several dormitories an outdoor classroom and an observation deck.

Source: Staff Report

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