More than 100 students from Beattie Elementary School will help volunteers and staff from Colorado State University’s Little Shop of Physics practice and test hands-on science experiments and demonstrations on Thursday, April 16.
Little Shop staff will pop a giant fog-filled balloon that is 25 feet in diameter and shoot fog rings with a vortex launcher during the hour-long session, which is a practice run for the April 23 Weather and Science Day at the Colorado Rockies.
What: Little Shop of Physics “Weather and Science Day” practice session
Where: CSU’s Jack Christiansen Memorial Track, corner of Pitkin Street and College Avenue, in Fort Collins
When: 1-2 p.m., Thursday, April 16
Who: Beattie Elementary students and Little Shop of Physics volunteers and staff
Why: CSU’s Little Shop of Physics staff has designed and built several hands-on experiments and demonstrations for Weather and Science Day on April 23 at Coors Field in Denver. They want to practice the experiments with Beattie students beforehand.