Beech Creek Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve, 11929 Beech St NE, Alliance, will host Spooky Science from 4 to 9 p.m. every Friday and Saturday in October. Enjoy an evening filled with endless scientific experiences perfect for guests of all ages. Spooky Science is all about learning in a fun, interactive, family-friendly environment that takes even the spookiest spider and makes it super. There will be more than a dozen different science experiences ready for guests to enjoy. These areas include Beech Creeks’ Wicked Plant Conservatory, Dragonfly Creek, the Bioluminescence Trail, and so many more. Visitors are encouraged to join in for many different interactive, educational experiences at the different stations. Build a house suited for a fairy, dig for salamanders, and learn some cool, scientific, nature secrets. In addition to these activities, Beech Creek Gardens’ on-site wildlife partner, Raptor Hallow Sanctuary, will be hosting a special presentation, ‘What makes Owls and Vultures Unique?’ each night of Spooky Science. As per state guidelines, masks are recommended in the indoor areas which include the Visitor Center where the gift shop is located and Creekside Center for Water Sciences. Most experience areas are outdoors where masks are not required and social distancing is easy. Admission for Spooky Science is $10 per person, $7 per person for members, and children ages two and younger receive free admission. Spooky Science, which also serves as a fundraiser for the nonprofit organization, is made possible with the help of volunteers each night. For those interested in volunteering for Spooky Science, contact Beech Creek Gardens at 330-829-7050 or email@example.com.