Secrets of Circles

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Evangeline Lyu

(714) 263-3816

elyu@discoverycube.org

 

Spinning in for 2010: Secrets of Circles!

Best Kept Secret is at Discovery Science Center

 

SANTA ANA, Calif. – January 2010 – The newest traveling exhibit will have you in a spin at the Taco Bell Discovery Science Center! Secrets of Circles is a two-thousand square foot learning zone with eighteen NEW tri-lingual (English, Spanish, Vietnamese) exhibits that celebrate the math, science, and beauty of such a simple shape, January 16 – May 2.

Are you a hot shot with a hula hoop? To kick off Secrets of Circles, we want you to oil up those rusty hips for Hula Hoop Hoopla! January 16th at 11:30 am join us for some friendly competition as we give away prizes for the longest hula hoop time. Stick around after the competition for hula hoop tips and tricks from the pros. Register before the event to become a hula hoop contest participant at www.disocverycube.org.

About Secrets of Circles

Secrets of Circles is designed as a hands-on exhibit for both kids and adults to learn about sophisticated mathematical and engineering concepts in a fun and easy way! This exhibit shows just how important circles are in daily life. Circles are everywhere, from the wheels on our cars, to the clock on the wall, to the tortilla on the diner plate!

At Secrets of Circles, circle around the compass table to draw perfect circles on a glow-in-the-dark table, gear up at our gear table to make your own mechanical creation, and shop in our pretend market to shop for onions, pulleys, and all things circular, plus much more!

Answer daily circle trivia questions (Jan 4-16) via Twitter to win FREE admission! www.twitter/discoverycube.

About Discovery Science Center

Orange County’s only Smithsonian Affiliate, Taco Bell Discovery Science Center is better than ever! If you haven’t been lately, it’s been too long! Walk through the belly of a giant dinosaur in Dino Quest, feel the winds of a hurricane in a simulator and gear up for flying pucks in The Science of Hockey. Make sure to stop by our newest, permanent exhibit, Planetary Research Station. It’s out of this word!

 

Hundreds of thousands of students and families experience science, Southern California-style at Taco Bell Discovery Science Center each year. What will you discover? Located at 2500 N. Main St. in Santa Ana, Calif., Taco Bell Discovery Science Center is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, except Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. For more information on annual memberships, group rates, special events, teacher workshops, sleepovers and more, call 714-542-CUBE or visit us online: www.discoverycube.org

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