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501 E. St. Joseph Street • Rapid City, SD 57701- 3995
Phone: ( 605) 394- 6082/ 2554 • Fax: ( 605) 394- 6177
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 31, 2000
BUBBLE FESTIVAL IS SURE TO POP THE CORK ON SUMMER FUN
The Bubble Festival in Rapid City is sure to pop the cork on summer fun. The Children’s Science Center is hosting the event this Saturday, June 3. With games, toys, hands- on science exhibits, and of course, lots of bubble making antics, the Bubble Festival is something kids young and old alike won’t want to miss.
Activities will take place behind the Science Center in Halley Park. An adult must accompany children 12 and younger. Bubble making antics will include:
Mass of Bubbles - you can make an oozing mass of bubbles using a funnel and air pump.
Circular Bubble - make a bubble that wraps completely around you.
Make your own K’NEX skeleton - make you own bubble blowing shapes from K’NEX and see what sort of bubbles you can blow.
Funny Bubbles - make unusual looking bubbles using stuff from around your house.
Frozen Bubbles - using dry ice make and freeze your bubbles and watch them break like glass.
Bubble Monster - make giant bubbles up to 50 feet long.
The Bubble Festival will take place from 10: 00 am – 3: 00 pm and is free with admission to the Science Center. Admission prices are $ 3/ person, children 2 and under FREE.
The Children’s Science Center is an outreach service of the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. It is located at 515 West Boulevard. For more information about the Bubble Festival or upcoming activities at the Children’s Science Center, call 605- 394- 6996.
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