Science night at Tierra Linda School

Tierra Linda School in Camarillo held their annual Science Night and MakerFaire on March 29, 2017. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

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Bella Petersen, 11, holds dry ice bubbles during Tierra Linda Elementary’s Science Night and MakerFaire March 29 in Camarillo. The event featured science experiments led by students and parents.

Jake Wirljes, 11, right, demonstrates how to make a “foamy fountain” out of hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, food coloring and dry yeast during Tierra Linda Elementary’s Science Night and MakerFaire March 29 in Camarillo. The event featured science experiments led by students and parents.

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Angie Hamrick, 10, demonstrates how to make a foam slime from Elmer’s Glue, shaving cream and Borax soap during Tierra Linda Elementary’s Science Night and MakerFaire March 29 in Camarillo. The event featured science experiments led by students and parents.

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Kids reach out to touch dry ice bubbles during Tierra Linda Elementary’s Science Night and MakerFaire March 29 in Camarillo. The event featured science experiments led by students and parents.

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Travis Wade, 9, backs up after releasing Mentos mints into a 2-liter of soda to create a soda geyser during Tierra Linda Elementary’s Science Night and MakerFaire March 29 in Camarillo. The event featured science experiments led by students and parents.

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Joshua Severn uses a leaf blower to demonstrate the Bernoulli principal by making a soccer ball float in the air during Tierra Linda Elementary’s Science Night and MakerFaire March 29 in Camarillo. Severn was helping his 10-year-old son, Walker, who created the experiment.

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