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Fresno City College is getting into the Halloween Spirit with two events on Friday, October 28.
Halloween Science Show
Friday, October 28
Science Building, Rm. 70 (See map)
Brought to you by the Science and Engineering Club and the Society of Women Engineers, Friday’s Halloween Science Show will be full of booms and bangs. It features esteemed chemistry instructor Christian Vellandi as the frightful Dr. Frankenstein and physics instructor David Balogh as his loyal and creepy assistant Igor.
Some of the “experiments” they will be conducting will include hydrogen balloons, high voltage Jacob’s Ladder, Thompson’s Flying Ring, lycopodium powder & burning salts, H2O2 bubbles & balloons, liquid nitrogen, and much more!
This Halloween Show is a great display of chemistry, biology, physics, and math. There will be explosions, bright colors, and things to make your hair stand on end (Van de Graff generator).
The in-person Fall Carnival is back with a new location. Put on hold because of the pandemic, last year it was drive through. This year, it will move from its previous location of Ratcliffe Stadium to the University Mall down the middle of the college (between the small fountain and the main fountain).
The Fall Carnival will be held October 28 from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. Admission is free and so is the candy! Expect games, performers, photo booths, food trucks, science demonstrations, a haunted house and a pumpkin patch.
All witches, zombies and goblins are invited to attend this family friendly and safe trick-or-treating festivity. Each Fall Carnival has attracted hundreds of trick-or-treaters.