May the physics be with you

. November 1, 2014.
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Investigate Newton’s laws of motion with hands-on activities and experiments during ScienceFest: Motion Madness. Learn about inertia and how to defy gravity with hovercrafts and rocket balloons. Through demonstrations, you will discover the relationship between objects and forces, and what makes things move. At 1pm and 3pm, Professor Ray’s Everyday Science lab will teach about luminosity, by transforming electricity into light with interactive demonstrations.

Saturday, November 22. 10am. $12/adults and children, free/ages 2 and under. $5 after 5pm on Thursday only. The Ann Arbor Hands On Museum, 220 E. Ann St. 734-944-5493. aahom.org

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