Subject: First Friday-Einstein’s Daydreams

First Friday-June
Einstein’s Daydreams
Date: Friday, June 3, 2016
Time: 6:00pm
Fee: $6 Adults, $4 Seniors (60+), $4 Youth (age 2-11), Free for Members. Purchase tickets now
Age: all ages

Join us for an interesting lecture and stay for the the 7:00pm show. The name Einstein is synonymous with science and brilliance, but before Albert Einstein was a legend, he was a man. Albert Einstein had personality flaws and very human problems to overcome before he could verify his general theory of relativity. Limited technology of the day and even inclement weather nearly prevented the verification of his ideas. Einstein had a unique method of problem solving that allowed him to come up with world altering ideas. Join us for a look into the life of one of history’s greatest thinkers, and the details behind the world’s most famous equation, E=mc2.
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