The Carleton University Office for Chemistry Outreach (CUOCO) is hosting its seventh annual Chemistry Magic Show and Activity Centre on Saturday, Match 1, 2014. The one-hour magic show is filled with amazing glow in the dark substances, fantastic colour changes, spontaneous combustion reactions and much more. In addition, families can get their hands dirty at the Activity Centre while making real ice cream with liquid nitrogen, slime and miniature Olympic medals. They can also learn about pleasant and not so pleasant smells and the chemistry of wine and chocolate.
The Magic Show
When: Two shows at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Where: Southam Hall, Theatre B (basement), Carleton University Note: Seating is limited so please arrive early. If the theatre is full, classrooms nearby will be available where attendees can watch the show on a large screen.
Hands-On Activity Centre
Where: Steacie Building, the Superlab (second floor)
When: Open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed during magic shows).
Cost: Free. Donations of cash and non-perishable food for the food bank (suggested donation is $3 or one or two food items per person), as well as donations to fund future activities will be accepted.
Transportation: Parking is available on campus ([ http://www1.carleton.ca/campus/ ]map) in lots P1 (near the Magic Show location) and P2 (near the hands-on activity room) for a flat fee of $3 for the day. Carleton is also accessible via [ http://www.octranspo.com/ ]OC Transpo routes 4 and 7 (note that route 111 does not come to Carleton on weekends) and the O-Train.
If You Can’t Make it to Carleton for the Show: You can watch the show live on Rogers digital cable channel 243 or online from anywhere in the world via Carleton University Online at [ http://www.carleton.ca/cuol/access-your-courses ]www.carleton.ca/cuol/access-your-courses.
For more information, please visit: http://www.carleton.ca/chemistrymagicshow
Have an explosive time!
Ms. Burke & Ms. H
Check out the link below. While you watch, consider the following question:
What is the purpose and audience for his speech?
Can you identify some things on this list that you could try to say more often?
To officially start our Kindess Week here in Ottawa, I would like to share a video from Sochi Olympics 2014.
In this video, Canadian speed skater Gilmore Junio relinquishes his spot in the men’s 1,000m race, allowing his teammate Denny Morrison to compete in his place. Morrison went on to win Silver for Canada. In return, Morrison is now pushing to have Junio be the Canadian representative to hold the Canadian flag at the closing ceremonies. “Paying It Forward” with random acts of kindness, certainly pays off in the end!
The caliber of a true athlete has been raised. It is not only your skill, but your compassion for others and respect for your teammates. In my opinion, this is what makes a great athlete. This is what makes a great Canadian.
Let’s continue to choose to be kind. Paying it forward with random acts of kindness.
Always remember, KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS!!!