Saturday, December 3, 2022

VLM Hosting Super Science Live This Summer

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NEWPORT NEWS—The Virginia Living Museum (VLM) is bringing science to life in fun and engaging ways this summer. Join their amazing astronomers and educators every weekend until September 6 to observe different eye-opening experiments.

Each weekend includes a new experiment, bound to dazzle learners of all ages. This Saturday and Sunday’s experiment is titled “Elephant Toothpaste” and showcases an exothermic chemical reaction to create a big bubbly mess! Visit the VLM website for a full list of experiments.

The fun takes place at 11:15am and 12:15pm on Saturday and Sunday. Super Science Live is included in museum admission. The Museum is open daily from 9am–5pm and is located at 524 J. Clyde Boulevard.

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