Area students and their parents are invited to an evening of fun demonstrations and hands-on science experiments at Viterbo’s annual “Fired Up for Science” event from 6–8 p.m. Monday, April 3.
Rocket launches, intense flames, gummy bear sacrifices, liquid nitrogen, explosions, biology, and physics are just some of the visually appealing science experiments included in the program, which will be held throughout and outside the Reinhart Center. There will also be numerous hands-on experiments in which visitors can participate.
“Fired Up for Science is a giant open house for chemistry, biology, and physics,” said Tammy Clark, chemistry. “People of all ages enjoy the event, and it continues to grow in popularity.”
“Fired Up for Science” is presented by Viterbo science and math faculty and students. It is free and open to the public and registration is not required.