LECTURE ON “CHEMICAL REACTIONS” SATURDAY AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM

LECTURE ON “CHEMICAL REACTIONS” SATURDAY AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum is offering a series of “Science Saturday” lectures. Reporter Taylor Thacker invites you to learn about chemical reactions…

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum continues their popular education program, Science Saturdays, with exciting topics for the month of February. On Saturday, February 8, from 11:00 to 11:30 a.m., the topic will be chemical reactions. For a chemical reaction to take place, a chemical change must occur, which means one compound turns into another. This may sound complicated but we see it happening around us every day. A steel garbage can rusting is a chemical reaction because the iron combines with oxygen in the atmosphere. During this Science Saturday, Museum Educator Crystal Mason will teach children about chemical reactions in our everyday world and demonstrate a few live chemical reactions, even one that mimics a volcanic eruption. This program is free and no pre-registration is required. It is recommended that children be school age for this program. For more information call 760-369-7212. Come out and learn something new this Saturday.

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