Friday, May 3
6 -8:30 p.m.
Building M, Santa Maria campus
Friday Night Science is a free community event that celebrates science! At each Friday
Night Science event, attendees watch a demonstration of scientific principles and
take part in dozens of hands-on experiments set up throughout the Science building.
Experiments range from fun for all ages to more advanced experiments for high school
and college students.
New this May!
The main event, a showdown between chemistry and physics will be held outside with no tickets and
no waiting in line required!
Name that rock! Bring in your favorite rock, tell the Hancock geologist where you found it and they’ll
name that rock!
Fundraiser BBQ support scholarships for Hancock science students and purchase your dinner at the
event. Sandwich, chips, and a drink costs $8. Buy a sandwich for $6. Note: No food or drink allowed in the buildings!
- Friday Night Science is a free event and no pre-registration or sign-up is required.
- Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- Hands-on exhibits are located in the labs inside the science building
- There are a demonstrations and experiments for all ages (5+) to enjoy!
- Approximately 100 Hancock students will help facilitate learning at the hands-on exhibits
and Spanish speaking students will be on hand to act as translators if needed
Questions? Call the Allan Hancock College STEM Center at 922-6966 ext. 3557.
This publication/event was developed with the support of a Hispanic Serving Institution
STEM & Articulation grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
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