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CIRCUS! Science under the Big Top

CIRCUS! Science under the Big Top CIRCUS! Science under the Big Top takes place February 9 to May 5 in the museum’s temporary exhibit gallery. This exciting interactive exhibit uses science to explore the wonder of the circus and is only here for a limited time.

Imagination becomes reality by observing, examining and enacting the art and science of circus performances. The exhibition is a highly sensory, interactive and educational extravaganza that appeals to everyone who has wondered what it would be like to run away and join the circus.

Get a behind-the-Big-Top view of the circus with over 20 interactive exhibits that will amaze, thrill, perplex and entertain. Immerse yourself in the illusion and reality, magic and science of the circus!

– Walk the High Wire
– Explore the Human Cannonball
– Test your Feats of Strength
– Perform in the Creative Costume and Play Area
– Laugh along Clown Alley
– Enjoy many more activities!

CIRCUS! Science under the Big Top is included with General Admission to the Waterloo Region Museum.

Created by the Ontario Science Centre.

Where: Region of Waterloo Museum

When: February 9 – May 5, 2013

For more information please visit website.

Keith Marshall, Realtor with Royal LePage Grand Valley Realty.365 things to do in Kitchner Waterloo is brought to you by Keith Marshall, Realtor.  I make the rules. Today’s rule: Rule #35: House prices should be based on market value, not what the seller needs.

 

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