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Thinkery21: Super Powers! Science Facts, Fantasy & Fiction
January 14, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Thinkery21 is back this January! Tickets are on sale now (don’t forget this is for the 21+ up crowd)!
Have you ever dreamed of having super powers? Don’t miss this super powerful Thinkery21. We’ll use simple machines to achieve incredible feats to explore the science and engineering that make the impossible a reality. Imagine yourself with super powers, explore what makes the amazing possible and learn how scientists are studying nature to improve and create technology to expand our human abilities.
Also, though it’s not required, we believe there’s no better way to explore the world of super powers than by dressing up as your favorite super hero (real or fictional).
Superhero Portraits- By day you may be a 9 to 5’er, but at Thinkery 21step up to the Texas Portrait Booth by McLendon Photography to reveal your true superhero identity.
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s…You! – Take flight with Phoenix Arising Aviation Academy’s state of the art flight simulator.
Super Simple Machines – Can you lift a 500lb weight? Pulleys make it possible. Learn how simple machines give civilians the power to achieve greatness.
They’re Not Dolls, They’re Action Figures – Austin Toy Museum presents the evolution of Batman, as represented in fully poseable plastic figure form.
Ooofff! Bonk! Craack!- Hone your crime fighting skills with Austin Boxing Babes.
Holy Movie Premier, Batman! – Austin History Center, Austin Public Library presents images of the 1966 world premier of the first full-length Batman movie starring Adam West at Austin’s Paramount Theater.
Super Reader – Check out and take home books on superheroes and superpowers at the Austin Public Library pop up. No library card? No problem, sign up on site.
Superfoods – Explore foods that pack a nutritional punch with Whole Foods Market.
Who is that Masked Hero? –Hide your real identity by sewing your own superhero mask.
More details coming soon…
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