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Fun demonstrations, activities highlight UWS Science Night

Children and adults can explore the marvels of chemistry, biology, botany, physics, geology and zoology when University of Wisconsin-Superior students present Science Night from 6:30 to 9 p.m. April 16 in Barstow and McCaskill halls on the UWS ca...

Children and adults can explore the marvels of chemistry, biology, botany, physics, geology and zoology when University of Wisconsin-Superior students present Science Night from 6:30 to 9 p.m. April 16 in Barstow and McCaskill halls on the UWS campus. The event is free and open to the public.

Science Night offers children and their parents a chance explore science together through demonstrations and hands-on activities. This is a student-sponsored event presented by UWS students and professors involved in chemistry, biology, physics and geology.

Demonstrations and activities include venus flytraps, floating rocks, glow-in-the-dark chemicals, raptors, waves, sounds, vacuums, dissections and much more.

Barstow Hall, with its easily identifiable white observatory dome on the roof, is located in the heart of the UWS campus between Old Main and Rothwell Student Center. Free parking for this event is available in university lots. For more information, call 394-8322. For maps and directions to campus, go to www.uwsuper.edu/directions .

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