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Science Saturday-The Science of Astronomy

The Science of Astronomy – September 5, 2015

Space- a new frontier. What can astronomy tell us about the universe? Come and explore the science of astronomy and you may want to become an astrophysicist!

Activities for Science Saturdays are free! There is an additional fee to enter the museum.Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

Science Saturday- The Science of Sleuthing

The Science of Sleuthing – May 2, 2015

Want to learn more about the science behind your favorite detective story? Come and explore forensic science and see if you can solve a mystery!

Science Saturdays will continue on the first Saturday of each month January through May of 2015! Activities for Science Saturdays are free! There is an additional fee to enter the museum. Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Inland Empire Science Festival

LifeStream will also be on hand for a local blood drive!

Inland Empire Science Festival information 

 

How Do They Do That?!

How Do They Do That?! The Role of the Skeleton and Muscles in Circus Performers.                        

Audiences are spellbound by the seemingly supernatural abilities of contortionists and other circus performers. But how are truly supernatural are they?

Come and discover the bio-mechanics that allow entertainers to perform these spectacular actions.

Speaker: Erik Ozolins, MSJC Anthropology Professor

Popular Italian Saxophone Quartet Returns to Hemet

Hemet Community Concert AssociationThe Italian Saxophone Quartet will pay homage to famous Italian movies for the Hemet Community Concert Association at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 19.

The second half of the concert will open with “Suite from ‘The Piano’ ” by Michael Nyman, followed by “Film Suite” by Ennoi Morricone, which includes numerous well-known movie themes such as “Once Upon a Time in the West,” “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” and “Song for Elena” from “Cinema Paradiso’.” The concert will end with Nino Rota’s “A Dolce Vita” from “8 1/2”.

The first half will include Jean Baptiste Singelee’s “Premier Quatuor Op. 53,” Komitas’ “Armenian Suite,” Pedro Iturralde’s “Pequena Czarda” and two songs by Nicola Piovani from the film “Life in Beautiful.” This concert ends the association’s 42nd season.

The next day, the quartet will perform for about 250 West Valley High School students. The quartet last performed in Hemet in 2013, one of more than 1,000 concerts presented worldwide since the group formed in 1982.

The concert takes place at the Living Hope Baptist Church, formerly the First Southern Baptist Church, located at 433 S. San Jacinto St. in Hemet, between Acacia and Mayberry Avenues. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. Anyone 22 years old or under is admitted free. Tickets are available at the door; general admission is $30.

Information: hemetconcerts.org or call 951.927.1775.

For more information:
San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce (951) 654-1645
Hemet/San Jacinto (951) 658-3211
Email: [email protected]