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3/19/04

Have Fun With Bubbles at BubbleFest

You can do more than wash your hands with soap. Just ask the bubble-ologist. Casey Carle was at the Science Spectrum for Bubble Fest Friday. He uses ordinary soap and water to create all sorts of interesting bubbles.

If you missed the fun, you can catch it all again Saturday. Bubble Maina shows will start at 1 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. That's Saturday, March 20th at the Science Spectrum.

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