On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, James Nesmith from the Science Spectrum talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about the Science Spectrum's special Easter activities.

This weekend, the Science Spectrum will be hosting it's Easter Egg-stravaganza for children aged 5 and under. The museum will have various egg-related experiments to demonstrate for kids, as well as an egg hunt. Also, in conjunction with the Science Spectrum's "Butterflies Alive" exhibit, butterfly eggs will also be on display.

The event will take place Saturday, March 30th, from 10 AM to 1 PM at the Lubbock Children's Museum inside the Science Spectrum.

The Science Spectrum museum will be closed on Easter Sunday. However, the Omnimax Theater will be open starting at 2 PM, and the Butterflies Alive exhibit will be operating its usual hours.