Second Annual Science Rendezvous Event Comes To U of T
TORONTO, ON - Exciting attractions, cutting edge science and fun activities for the whole family - all for free - highlight the second annual Science Rendezvous at U of T event on May 9, 2009.
The focal point for the event is the Science Carnival, a street festival of science taking place on St. George Street, between College and Wilcocks streets, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Some of the attractions at the Carnival include:
The Incredible Goldberg Machine: The most convoluted way of doing the simplest action, the Incredible Goldberg Machine will impress you as it goes through dozens of steps and takes the cake as the craziest contraption built in Toronto!
The Non-Newtonian Pond: Want to walk on water? Here's your chance! Take a run across the Non-Newtonian Pond - but be careful, don't walk, otherwise you might find sinking in!
Volcano Alley: Come see an alley of massive volcanoes go off every hour right on St. George Street!
Other festival features include: a host of Science Pavilions, where visitors can see the latest and greatest in science that's happening at the University of Toronto; the Science Stage, showcasing art and science performances; and, The Amazing Science Chase, a campus-wide live-action problem-solving adventure game.