Be among the first to see Sonic Magic before it airs on CBC’s The Nature of Things. In this science documentary, you’ll discover there’s so much more to the story of sound than you might think! Sound can cure the sick, help the blind ‘see’ and change the taste of food – really!
Learn more and watch the trailer now! This documentary is recommended for children ages 8 and up.
The event is hosted by Laurie Brown, from CBC Radio 2’s The Signal. She’ll be joined after the screening for a panel discussion with special guests: Melvyn Goodale, Director of The Brain and Mind Institute at Western University and Frank Russo, Director of the SMART Laboratory, Ryerson University, and President, Canadian Acoustical Association.
All proceeds from the Give-What-You-Wish event will support the Ontario Science Centre’s Adopt-a-Class Program, providing unforgettable Science Centre experiences and science learning for students from schools in underserved neighbourhoods – all at no cost to the school or family.
Reserve your tickets now!
Donations of $20 or more are eligible for a tax receipt.
*Admission to the Ontario Science Centre is not included.
CBC’s The Nature of Things – Sonic Magic
Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 3 pm
Ontario Science Centre – Imperial Oil Auditorium