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When you think of being in science class, what do you imagine? Maybe you picture yourself falling asleep at a desk while some boring teacher drones on about protons and electrons. There are so many teachers and parents out there lamenting that their kids just aren’t interested in science – but maybe that’s just because they’ve been learning about it all wrong.
In fact, learning about science can be pretty stinkin’ fun when you’re watching two funny guys like Adam Savage and Michael Stevens shooting ping-pong balls or exploding things at a show like Brain Candy Live, coming to Ovens Auditorium on Saturday Dec. 9 at 8 p.m.
Imagine if Albert Einstein, Willy Wonka and Walt Disney got together to teach you how the world worked. That’s kind of what it’s like to watch Savage and Stevens teach you about typically “boring” topics like physics and chemistry at Brain Candy Live.
Savage (beloved TV personality) and Stevens (a massive YouTube star) are coming to Ovens Auditorium along to show off some crazy tools and mind-blowing demonstrations to show you that, as they put it on their website, “Smart is the new superpower.”
Ignite your sense of curiosity and wonder as these two entertaining science-lovers “use their secret recipe of fun, surprise, excitement (and just a pinch of danger) to cook-up and deliver a giant batch of magical Brain Candy to every mind in the audience.“
Brain Candy Live isn’t just for kids, either – this is a show for all ages. Volunteers will be selected at random from the audience throughout the two-hour show, so come ready to participate throughout this interactive, hands-on show.
You can head to Ovens Auditorium to see this live performance for yourself at Ovens Auditorium on Saturday Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. Get your tickets here.
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