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May 29, 2001
Contact: Steve Buchholz, Public Information Manager, 394- 6082
Summer of Fun Starts With 3rd Annual Bubble Festival
Square bubbles. Round bubbles. Bubbles as big as your head. Green bubbles and clear bubbles. They all will be part of the Children’s Science Center’s Third Annual Bubble Festival, scheduled for June 2 in Halley Park, 515 West Blvd., in downtown Rapid City.
Bubbles come in all shapes and sizes, and you can create, and of course, pop, all the bubbles you can blow during the festival. Science Center staff will set up bubble stations where children and adults can make the different kinds of bubbles.
“ The Bubble Festival is great because families can gather and spend the day in the park with plenty of entertainment, and the kids really love seeing the giant and odd- shaped bubbles,” said Julie Smoragiewicz, vice president of University Relations at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. The Children’s Science Center is an educational outreach program of South Dakota Tech.
The Festival, scheduled to begin at 11 a. m., begins a summer of scientific activity and learning at the science center and also allows those attending to sign up for any of the 10 summer science classes offered at the Center.
Call 394- 6996 for information.
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