‘Let’s Go Science’ show to blend physics and entertainment

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‘Let’s Go Science’ show to blend physics and entertainment

‘Let’s Go Science’ show to blend physics and entertainment

Tue Oct 24, 2017

‘Let’s Go Science’ show to blend physics and entertainment

The Clarion at Brazosport College is bringing a show to Lake Jackson that kids of all ages will not want to miss. Even better, the show proves that learning can be loads of fun.

Being just as educational as it is entertaining, the “Let’s Go Science” show will appear at the Clarion on Thursday, Nov. 2. The show, which is sponsored by Olin, will have two performances, the first at 9:30 a.m., followed by another at 1 p.m.

The performance is a fun-filled production that teaches physics concepts with audience interaction, theatrically-based experiments and illusions. 

The “Let’s Go Science” show features the wacky and talented Professor Smart and Dr. Knowitall, who join forces for an educational, entertaining, exciting and experiential extravaganza. Professor Smart shrinks his head, has toilet paper flying, juggles and has peoples’ hair standing on end all while demonstrating principals of physics. Researcher and comedic sidekick Dr. Knowitall keeps the facts straight.

Kids and adults alike will learn science concepts through impressive and memorable demonstrations. They will learn about air pressure, figure out flight, see awesome optical illusions, be shocked by static electricity, see experiments with falling masses, grasp gyroscopic properties and get a handle on the scientific method.

The “Let’s Go Science” show is part of the Clarion’s educational outreach program and several Brazosport Independent School District elementary schools, including Stephen F. Austin, Elisabet Ney, Velasco, O.M. Roberts, A.P. Beutel, Bess Brannen, T.W. Ogg and Gladys Polk, will be in attendance.

Tickets for the “Let’s Go Science” show are available to the public for $10 and can be purchased online atwww.brazosport.edu/clarion or by contacting the Clarion Box Office at (979) 230-3156.

To learn more about the show, visit www.letsgoscienceshow.com.