Reynolds Community College Science Night
Curious minds of all ages are invited to Reynolds Community College for its 16th annual Science Night on March 11. Join faculty members from the School of Math, Science, and Engineering plus many special guests at twenty five activity stations set-up for this special evening.
- Want to know more about exploding marshmallows and intoxication goggles?
- How about experiencing a Goldfish Petting Zoo or a Human Bone Yard?
- Get your hands as well as your brain involved at the Reynolds Makers Space and Streams Alive.
Check out these activities and more with special guests including members of the FBI Forensic Science Unit and The Science Museum of Virginia. And be sure to stop by The Virginia Herpetological Society booth to say “Hello” to the famous Madagascar hissing cockroach couple Ernestine and Bubba.
It all happens at Burnette Hall, on Reynolds’ Parham Road Campus, on Wednesday, March 11, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Science Night is free and open to all ages.
For more information click here. And check out all of the fun from last year: