Cool Science brings interactive fun to the Children’s Museum of Denver

 07/16/2013 | 11:23 AM 

~ Demonstrations and activities make science accessible by drawing real world connections through experimentation and observation ~

Interactive FunDenver, CO – Will water freeze instantly? Can a paper plate be waterproof? Why won’t a water balloon pop when held above a flame? Cool Science, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making science engaging and easy for children of all ages, will be on the Children’s Museum of Denver’s plaza to answer those questions and more with interactive demonstrations and activities.

What: Cool Science at the Children’s Museum of Denver*Demonstrations at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

  • Hands-on activities in between demonstrations
  • Demonstrations and activities will focus on the properties of water to complement our outdoor summer experience, Just Add Water
  • Sample activities include: make your own bubble maker, instant snow, fog bubbles and fog rings

When: Friday, July 26, 2013, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: Plaza at the Children’s Museum of Denver
2121 Children’s Museum Drive, Denver, CO 80211
Cost: Activities included with Museum admission.

About the Children’s Museum of Denver
Since its inception in 1973, the Children’s Museum of Denver has been a place that ignites and fosters a great love of learning.  Our mission is to create a community where children and their grown-ups learn through play.
The Museum provides rich play experiences and a dynamic learning environment to help young children prepare for their future.  The Children’s Museum of Denver is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that relies heavily on the support of Museum friends.
The Children’s Museum of Denver is located at I-25 and 23rd Avenue (exit 211), in the Platte River Valley. For more details about the Museum, and its programs and events please visit

About Cool Science
Cool Science is a home-grown 501(c)(3) whose mission is to excite, inspire and engage students, teachers and parents throughout the Pikes Peak community with the wonders of science in the world around us.  Our passionate volunteers- mostly real scientists, engineers and educators- provide a variety of fun, engaging and intimidation-free science demonstrations and hands-on activities in schools, libraries and other public venues.  To find out more about us and how you can support or volunteer, visit our website at

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