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Science Night

When: Fri., Oct. 23, 5-9 p.m. 2015
Price: Free
This educational and fun evening of free activities will be held on the CR Eureka main campus in the New Humanities and New Science Buildings, as well as the Applied Technology building. The campus is located at 7351 Tompkins Hill Road, seven miles south of Eureka. Parking is free, and there is no admission charge. Science Night offers fun for all ages and includes demonstrations, hands-on activities, experiments, and lectures—most presented by CR faculty—on many facets of math, science and technology. There are activities for curious scientists of all ages with lots of “hands-on” activities for children. One can watch the “Howling Gummi Bears,” the “Chemical Magic Show,” “Bubble Magic,” and the “Trebuchet.” Participants in Science Night will be able to meet faculty, staff, and students, visit classrooms and labs, participate in activities, and view demonstrations. Detailed descriptions of each of the events in the Science Night Schedule are available at the following link:



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