January 7, 2011 by staff
WFMZ, (The Morning Call – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) – The Da Vinci Science Center will serve up exotic flavors of ice cream made with liquid nitrogen, on Saturday during the third annual competition center Ice Cream Wars.
Ice Cream Wars 3.0 pits the teams of Domino’s Pizza, The Morning Call, WFMZ 69 News and The Da Vinci Science Center to create delicious ice cream.
The teams will taste, and then mix them with liquid nitrogen at least 320 degrees Fahrenheit. As the nitrogen warms up quickly, creating dense clouds, the gas freezes supercold liquid cream and sugar in ice cream in minutes.
The four teams will also incorporate a mystery ingredient that will be announced early in the competition, which is hosted by Morning Call columnist Bill White.
The event runs 11 am to 3 pm Visitors can taste and vote 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event will also include live science shows.
Admission is 11.95 and the adults $ 8.95, 4-12 years. Da Vinci Center is at 3145 Hamilton Blvd. Bypass, Allentown. Info: 484-664-1002 or http://www.davinci-center.org.
TALE OF HAROLD
Enchantment Theatre Company in Philadelphia brought the classic children’s book, “Harold and the purple crayon,” to life and bring innovative production at Allentown Symphony Hall, January 22.
Get a preview of the show this weekend when members of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra play the original “Harold and the Purple Crayon” Crockett Johnson’s books to 10.30 Friday and Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Barnes & Noble, 801 Lehigh Lifestyle Center, Whitehall. There will also be petting zoo music and a drawing of tickets for the show and other prizes. The event is free.
“The Adventures of Harold and the Purple pencil” features sizepuppets life, masked actors and magic tricks, with several players who have graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown. Performances are at 1 and 4:00 p.m. and tickets are for adults and 18 and 12 and for children.
Info: 610-432-6715 or http://www.allentownsymphony.org.
Learn more about owls and cold in the workshops of the Wildlands Conservation in Emmaus.
Children from kindergarten to second year will be to discover why the Grand Duke and the barred owl are so vocal in winter “Whoooo talking about?” 4-6 pm Tuesday. Learn more about communication and make an owl beanbag toy owl. The cost is $ 15.
In “Me & You: Frozen Fingers, 10:00 to 12:13 January, preschoolers and parents explore how animals cope with freezing temperatures. Learn more about fishcicles; frogcicles and feet ice cold duck. The cost is 15 per $ Parent / child.
School-age children will be outside for “a day off!” 9:00 to 12:00 or 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 17. Weather permitting, children can snowshoe, hike, wildlife trail, bird watching in winter, roasting marshmallows at a bonfire, build a bird feeder or create art ice. The cost is 30 and one session or $ 50 for both sessions.
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