|LaSalle Public Library|
|305 Marquette St. / LaSalle, IL|
|Oct 18, 2012|
|6:30 PM - 7:30 PM|
Join us for our special October Family Night when the LaSalle Public Library hosts Spooky Science with Steve Belliveau is an entertaining and lively show featuring the frozen foggy fun of liquid nitrogen, color changing liquids, Tesla coils that spark out amazing electric power, slimes, CO2 filled soap bubbles and a bed of nails. One of the “Getting Excited about Science with Steve Belliveau” series, “Spooky Science”incorporates large props, music, humor, audience participation, and FUN! Be prepared to be amazed and engaged! Get there early and watch out! Unexpected happenings should be expected.
Steve is a member of the National Science Teacher’s Association. He has appeared on TV, Radio, Worlds of Wonder Children’s Museum, Kenosha Public Museum, Midland Center for the Arts, Richmond Science Center, Illinois Science Teacher Association Conference, DuPage Department of Education and at Argonne National Laboratory. He has presented science shows in 11 states.
This is a free program, open to the public. Registration is not required but always appreciated! This program is made possibility through funding from the Alwin C. Carus Trust. For more information or to register, please call the Library at