On Tuesday's edition of Lubbock's First News, the Science Spectrum's James Nesmith talked with Tom Collins and Laura Mac about the different events the Science Spectrum is hosting during Spring Break.

Currently, The Science Spectrum is hosting the special exhibit "Butterflies Alive," where kids and adults can be surrounded by hundreds of butterflies to observe up close. Also, the movie "Flight of the Butterflies" will be show in conjunction with the "Butterflies Alive" exhibit at the Omnimax Theater. The exhibit will be available until June 12th.

This week, the Science Spectrum will be celebrating "Pi Day" on Thursday, March 14th, from 1 PM to 4 PM. Nesmith said that on that day, there will be various and also Pie Bites from the Chocolate Moose Pie Bar. The Science Spectrum is also hosting several Spring Break day camps for kids ages 4-12. The camps cover various topics from dinosaurs to video games, and of course, bugs and butterflies.

For more information on the Science Spectrum, call 806-745-2525 or visit their website at sciencespectrum.org.