Summer 2020 Program Guide

NEW History & Science of Carnival Games • AGES 6-13 Carnival games have a rich history and are played not only at traveling carnivals, but also charity fundraisers, amusement arcades, state fairs, local festivals and even family gatherings. Is there a science to winning these games or is it all luck? Which games should you play for the best chance at winning? Are these games rigged to scam you? Turn into an investigator and build confidence as you pull back the layers on the amusement industry and reveal the answers! Popular games are available for play and analysis. As an added bonus, explore The Science of the Funhouse Experience! Led by Lisa Lombardi Coaching Inc. (dn) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N Fort Hill Multipurpose Room 1 • 20 Fort Hill Dr. 49341 Jun 15 M 5:00-6:05 pm $28/$38 NEW Mad Science: Big Top Science • AGES 5-12 Learn about the science behind the things you see in a circus. Watch and learn as the Mad Science Ring Master performs the Big Top Science Show. Learn about the chemistry and physics concepts found in circus acts. After the show, experiment with the bed of nails, try charming bubble snakes and learn the science behind cotton candy and taste it! (jam) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N 95th Street Culinary Arts Room 303 • 2244 West 95th St. 47145 Jun 25 Th 8:30 am-4:30 pm $96/$126 Magic • AGES 5-12 Have a great time learning a collection of fascinating and mesmerizing tricks from the Magic Team of Gary Kantor! Amaze family and friends with tricks that involve cards, ropes, coins, mind reading and more. All materials are provided. Receive a magic kit to take home. Sign up again and again! New tricks are taught at each session! Kids are grouped by age and always learn tricks that are age-appropriate. (jam) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N 95th Street Classroom 210 • 2244 West 95th St. 49322 Jun 15 M 6:45-7:40 pm $20/$30 95th Street Multipurpose Room 204 • 2244 West 95th St. 49323 Aug 19 W 5:00-5:55 pm $20/$30 Thrills & Chills of Ice Cream Science • AGES 6-13 Making and eating ice cream is a fun way to introduce early physics and chemistry! Become an expert on this billion-dollar industry as you make a batch of homemade ice cream and indulge. Learn the science of the beloved amusement park treat, Dippin? Dots, and the first novelty ice cream bar, the Eskimo Pie. Then, indulge in the most outrageous ice cream eating contest in town! Enjoy putting the fun back in learning and building self-esteem. Don't wear your Sunday best! As an added bonus, explore The History and Tasting of the ICEE. Led by Lisa Lombardi Coaching Inc. (dn) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N Fort Hill Multipurpose Room 1 • 20 Fort Hill Dr. 49343 Jul 19 Su 12:00-1:05 pm $29/$39 SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY C h e c k o u t v i r t u a l s c i e n c e / t e c h p r o g r a m s a t virtualprograms For in-person programs, Naperville Park District has implemented Criteria for the Safe Operation of Park District programs. See page 6 for details. NAPERVILLE PARK DISTRICT Promoting healthy lives, minds and community REGISTER ONLINE AT NAPERVILLEPARKS.ORG  PROGRAMS SEARCHABLE BY AGE AND LOCATION 55 SUMMER 2020 SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY