Aubrie Barr, right, lets a male tarantula climb on her hands as, from left, Heidi Aufdermaur; Levi Shank, 8; and Kyle Quevedo look at insects before a screening of the movie “Spider-Man“ during Science on Screen at the State Theatre on Sunday. The State Theatre has received the national Science on Screen grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for the second straight year. The program pairs Hollywood films with presentations by experts from the sciences.
Aubrie Barr, right, lets a male tarantula climb on her hands as, from left, Heidi Aufdermaur; Levi Shank, 8; and Kyle Quevedo look at insects before a screening of the movie “Spider-Man“ during Science on Screen at the State Theatre on Sunday. The State Theatre has received the national Science on Screen grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for the second straight year. The program pairs Hollywood films with presentations by experts from the sciences. aalfaro@modbee.com
Aubrie Barr, right, lets a male tarantula climb on her hands as, from left, Heidi Aufdermaur; Levi Shank, 8; and Kyle Quevedo look at insects before a screening of the movie “Spider-Man“ during Science on Screen at the State Theatre on Sunday. The State Theatre has received the national Science on Screen grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for the second straight year. The program pairs Hollywood films with presentations by experts from the sciences. aalfaro@modbee.com

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