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Stay cool at COSI for free on Thursday, June 20

COSI announced a special discount to Columbus, Ohio residents amid a humid heatwave looming over the city.

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When you can seemingly swim through the air, that’s when you know you’re in a heatwave.

Temperatures continue to stay in the mid-90s in Columbus, and COSI wants to help the community stay cool. On Thursday, June 20, the science museum is offering free admission to the first 2,000 Columbus residents.

If you plan on going, here are a few pro tips to beat the heat + the crowds.

COSI said they are able to offer this thanks to support from the Columbus City Council.

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