Pacific Science Center Presents Superhero Science In Kennewick, WashingtonWitness two of the most entertaining exhibits to happen at the Mid-Columbia Libraries, Kennewick and Pasco Branch.

Super Cool Superhero Science Show
Come and join as Pacific Science Center will have a super cool science demonstration on Wednesday, June 17 at the Mid-Columbia Libraries Kennewick Branch, 1620 Union Street from 10:00 to 11:00 in the morning. Regarding the Show As part of the Mid-Columbia Libraries’ 2015 Summer Reading Challenge, a Super Cool Super Hero Science Show will be presented by the Pacific Science Center. This interactive show is fun for kids of all ages. Bring your entire family and friends and discover the amazing effects of liquid nitrogen as it is converted from gas to liquid; liquid becomes solid and as matter fizzes, freezes and flies.

Admission is free.

Superhero Science: Physics on Wheel
Another science demonstration event to watch out for at the Mid-Columbia Libraries West Pasco Branch, 7525 Wrigley Drive also on Wednesday, June 17 from 1:30 to 4:30 in the afternoon, is about physics and its related concepts about energy and force. Pertaining to the Show Explore the marvelous phenomena of how the universe behaves, from magnetism to magnification, from pendulums to periscopes.

The show will demonstrate how physics makes a significant contribution through advances and breakthroughs. Physics has it all from light, sound, electricity and motion. Don’t miss this educational experience. This exhibit is hosted by the Pacific Science Center.

Admission is free.

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