The University of Minnesota's Physics Force is Coming to Rochester!
We invite you to the 2017 University of Minnesota's Physics Force Rochester Shows at the Mayo Civic Center.
The show dates and times (Each show is 60-75 minutes long)
Wed 5/10 10:00am & 1:00 pm
Th 5/11 10:00 am, 1:00pm & 7:00pm
The shows are free but reservations are required.
Reserve as many tickets as you need, but please reserve only if you intend to come. Seats are in high demand.
The system has a 100 ticket per order maximum. If you need more than 100 tickets please create multiple orders. The same teacher's name can be used for all reservations. Include adults, teachers, and chaperones in your order number.
The morning and afternoon shows are allocated to elementary and middle school classes. The Thursday evening show is open to the general public.
If you will need support for hearing impaired students please use the link http://www.physics.umn.edu/resources/forms/SLI.html
Don't forget the winter shows in January at Northrop in Minneapolis
Registration is now open for our winter shows January 9-13, 2017 at Northrop on the Minneapolis campus, including a public show January 12, 7 p.m. Registration is open.
To learn more about the physics force and the show please go to http://www.physics.umn.edu/outreach/pforce/
For questions or to contact the organizer, call or e-mail Angie Stehr, 612-301-8303 or email@example.com
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Mayo Civic Center Auditorium
30 Civic Center Drive SE
Physics Force, University of Minnesota
The Physics Force is an enormously popular and entertaining troupe of performers. Some are high school teachers, some are professors at the University of Minnesota. Over the 30 years of shows more than 500,000 spectators have enjoyed physics and experienced how fun it is. We have performed nationally and internationally including at Disney's Epcot Center, on Newton’s Apple TV show, and Knoff-Hoff Show, a popular German TV science program. Join us to see how to crush a 55 galon steel barrel in a fraction of a second, or how to survive a sledge hammer smash onto your chest. And don't be upset if you also manage to enjoy and learn physics!
The Physics Force is supported by the University of Minnesota's College of Science and Engineering, the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center and 3M.