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Children's Discover Center Shock & Jolts Exhibit

Children's Discover Center Shock & Jolts Exhibit

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~ 6 mos ago   Aug 21 2019, 10:23am 
Get ready for a shock to your system with an electrifying exhibit like no other, just in time for Labor Day weekend!
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Shocks & Jolts will zap you with opportunities to explore the exciting topic of electricity and investigate its properties, generation, and uses. You're invited to ask questions, explore, experiment and make discoveries about electric circuits, electrostatics, and electromagnetism during the last days of "Action-Packed Summer."
• Discover the illuminating field of electrostatics.
• Examine the properties of electromagnetism.
• Build and test your own electrical circuits.
Don't forget! Constellation Energy customers can save up to $12 on admission ($2 off for up to six people) by showing their current paper or mobile bill from now through Labor Day.
Saturday, Aug. 31, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center
198 Kemper St., Sugar Land, TX, 77498
*Activities, events, and times subject to change
For more info, visit www.childrensdiscove ryfb.org
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Author Photo rabbithut Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 6 mos ago   Aug 22 2019, 6:59am 
Thanks, looks like the grandchildren and I have a date.
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Author Photo Jnainani Active Indicator LED Icon
~ 6 mos ago   Aug 22 2019, 8:23am 
This looks like a fun event. Thanks for sharing. We might have to check this out.
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