If you can't have fun with physics ...
... you aren't a very fun person!
As you may know, we have always introduced our new topics in our January shows and repeated those topics in September to accommodate more people. However, we are changing things this year. We will be introducing new topics in September and repeating that show in January. So, every show within our academic year will be identical.
See you at The Physics Show!
Physics Show Video
Watch this video to learn more about infrared light. It starts with our "light the match" experiment and takes you a bit deeper into IR light.
2016-2017 Physics Show
Tickets On Sale Now!
Our 2016-2017 shows will include the topics:
Tribute to Galileo and Temperature
Saturday Sept 17, 2016 (10:00 / 1:00 / 3:30)
Sunday Sept 18, 2016 (10:00 / 1:00 / 3:30)
Saturday Jan 7, 2016 (Tickets on sale around Thanksgiving)
Sunday Jan 8, 2016 (Tickets on sale around Thanksgiving) Saturday Jan 21, 2016 (Tickets on sale around Thanksgiving)
Sunday Jan 22, 2016 (Tickets on sale around Thanksgiving)
Buy Tickets Here: buytickets.at/foothillcollege
Can't Find Your Tickets:
1) Search your email for "Tickettailor" (the ticket comes from them)
2) Click the "buy tickets" link above, at the bottom of the buy tickets page there is a link to resend the tickets.
3) Search your email for "Paypal" (your should have a payment receipt from Paypal to "FHDA Foundation"). You may bring that, if you cannot find the tickets.
Bringing Title One Schools to The Physics Show
In addition to putting on the weekend shows, we do weekday shows for local title one schools. We provide bus transportation, The Physics Show, a tour of our campus, and a T-shirt. All at no cost to the school. Annually over 3200 students attended. If you would like to contribute to this cause, all donations are appreciated and tax deductible. Here is a link to the Foothill-De Anza Foundation, a non-profit that handles our finances. Thank you.
Help Bring Title One Schools to The Physics Show
(Under Program, select "Other" and write in "The Physics Show")