2017 Faraday Science Show – Physics of Winter

2017 Faraday Show – Physics in Movies (& Reality!)
14th Annual Faraday Science Show

Time/Date: 2:00-3:30pm on Sunday, December 10, 2017

Location: UBC Hebb Theatre (2045 East Mall) . The North Parkade is the closest parking lot to the Hebb Theatre.

The show is free of charge and open to the public – everybody is invited!
But bring non-perishable food items to support the Greater Vancouver Food Bank.

The Faraday Show is UBC’s annual science lecture, designed for children, presented by UBC Physics & Astronomy. This year the show will be about the wonderful season of winter! We’ll use fun experiments and demonstrations to answer questions like: Why do the seasons change? How do clouds, snow, and icicles form? How can we see heat and keep it in? And, what is the science behind the warmest winter jacket, or your favourite winter sports?

This show is for children of ALL AGES, and adults who are young at heart!

No RSVP required, though we recommend arriving 15-20 minutes earlier to get good seats.

For more information, visit the Faraday Show website (https://ubc.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=67ec2171f242bca2e9ca8e0ad&id=8b0931aa7a&e=c24db6d4ac) or contact the outreach program at: outreach@phas.ubc.ca  / 604-822-0596.

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