Lighting up science at Orillia Public Library

2010-05-29

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Contact: Kristen Silver
Phone: 647-999-9122
Email: kristen.silver@utoronto.ca

Media Advisory – Photo & Story Opportunity
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Orillia, May 29

LIGHTING UP SCIENCE AT ORILLIA PUBLIC LIBRARY

WHO: Let’s Talk Science graduate student volunteers from the University of Toronto, Scarborough campus will be leading hands-on science activities for kids, ages 5 to 12.

WHAT: Parents and children will learn about the science of light through activities involving colour, mirrors and reflections, and laser beams. They will also make their own sun catcher and kaleidoscope to take home.

WHERE: Orillia Public Library, 500 Gill Street, Orillia, Ontario

WHEN: Saturday, May 29, 2010, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Photos of the science activities and story opportunities are available throughout the two hours.

ABOUT LET’S TALK SCIENCE
Let’s Talk Science is an award-winning, national, charitable, science outreach organization. We deliver science learning programs and services that turn kids on to science, keep them engaged in learning and develop their potential to become 21st century stewards, innovators and citizens. Let’s Talk Science engages more than 2,000 enthusiastic volunteers across Canada to turn more than 100,000 kids on to science, engineering and technology each year.

For more information about Let’s Talk Science, visit letstalkscience.ca.