What’s left of what will probably be the last big snow of the year is melting fast!

The Carnegie Science Center suggests packing a few snow balls and banking them in your freezer.

If you do, you can name your own admission price to the Science Center on the Summer Solstice, June 21, and then throw them into the Ohio River from the deck of the submarine U.S.S. Requin.

What’s left of this wet heavy snow is prefect for snowballs, so get to packing!

Regardless of how much you pay for admission on June 21, your money will go toward the Science Center’s youth programs in the “STEM” areas: science, technology, engineering and math.  You can read about the Science Center’s Girls, Math & Science Partnership, one of its STEM programs, here.