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4-H Science Night at the Museum (Bright Nights)

4-H Science Night at the Museum (Bright Nights)


Oklahoma 4-H Science Night at the Museum



Save the Date: February 17-18, 2017

Registration Due: February 1, 2017

Price: $45 for kids 5 and up,  $25 per adult

Theme: "Evening with Einstein"/"A Night with Newton" (Phsyics)

Example Activities:

1. Parachutes and Gliders (the physics of flying and falling) 2. Van De Graff Generator (static electricity) 3. Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen Demos 4. Science of Non-Newtonian Fluids: Oobleck 5. Reaction Rockets 6. Circuit Science (build a flashlight, circuit blocks, etc.)

Includes the new exhibit CurioCity, Planetarium, Science Live show, Science Activity Tables and fun filled evening exploring the Science Museum.

THEME DESCRIPTION: “Ready to dodge frostbite with a non-Newtonian fluid and discover the Leidenfrost effect? Can YOU survive 300,000 volts of electricity? Attempt the mastery of simple machines, rockets and bubbles as your group has a shockingly good time exploring the world of physics!”

Who can attend?
Everyone! the science museum program is perfect for 9-12 year old youth, but every age seems to enjoy the evening. Since this is a non-competitive event, feel free to bring younger or older youth, brothers, sisters, cousins, even those really big kids (parents and chaperones) to enjoy an evening filled with science and fun.Families are always welcome to participate.

Each county/club/family group is responsible for the youth that attend with them. We do not provide chaperones.