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‘Movie Magic’ is topic of WWU children’s event April 15

Fourth- and fifth-graders study expanding gases during a chemical reaction experiment at the Kids Night Out @ Western event in 2015.
Fourth- and fifth-graders study expanding gases during a chemical reaction experiment at the Kids Night Out @ Western event in 2015. The Bellingham Herald

Kids Night Out @ Western will feature lessons and activities related to “Movie Magic and Film Effects” as part of regular science, math and technology for children in grades 1-5.

It will be from 7-8:30 p.m. Friday, April 15, in Western Washington University’s SMATE Building. There’s an optional swimming session from 8:30-9:45 p.m. at the Wade King Student Recreation Center.

Cost is $20 for only the academic session and $25 for academic activities and swimming.

Students are asked to bring a healthful snack, a swimsuit and towel, and a jacket for the walk to the recreation center.

For more information, go to wwu.edu/ee/youth/know/bellingham-elementary.shtml or call 360- 650-3308.

Robert Mittendorf

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