Thursday, May. 17, 2018
3:00 pm

2 3rd Avenue SE, Minneapolis

Tour of the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory

The St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL), located on the Mississippi River at the heart of Minneapolis, is an interdisciplinary fluid mechanics research and educational facility of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. We offer a monthy public tour through our historic facility to showcase our experimental facilities and research projects. There is no charge for tickets but donations are always accepted.

Tour route adjustments are needed to accommodate guests with mobility restrictions. Please indicate any such restrictions when you register. You will receive an email approximately two days before your scheduled tour with details of where to meet your tour group.

Registration is required.

On the day of the tour:

  • Please wear closed-toed shoes – no flip flops or sandals permitted.
  • Parking is reserved for SAFL personnel only (please let us know if you require a handicap space). We ask that you park off-site at one of these locations:
    • Garage: 212 SE 2nd Ave
    • Lot: 200 University Ave SE
    • Metered street parking is available along SE Main St, portions of SE 3rd Ave, and 2nd St SE
  • We also have bike racks.

Email bkb0811@umn.edu if you have any questions

Friday, May. 18, 2018
7:00 pm

Mayo Civic Center
30 Civic Center Drive
Rochester, MN

Physics Force

The University of Minnesota’s legendary Physics Force is coming to Rochester!

If you’ve never seen a physicist drop 20 feet through thin air while a friend shoots a ball at him from a cannon, or grown men and women shooting streams of toilet paper over an audience with a leaf blower, the University of Minnesota Physics Force has a show for you!

The show is a unique mix of physics demonstrations and slapstick humor suitable for adults and children of all ages. The show is free, but registration is required.

About the Physics Force
The Physics Force is a K-12 outreach program through the University of Minnesota. Our program’s greatest success is generating an interest in science in K-12 students. We go above and beyond to educate and entertain. Physics Force does things on a grand scale to bring excitement and wonder to the thousands of students who attend our shows every year.

Register now for the FREE show.

Thursday, Jun. 21, 2018
3:00 pm

2 3rd Avenue SE, Minneapolis

Tour of the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory

The St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL), located on the Mississippi River at the heart of Minneapolis, is an interdisciplinary fluid mechanics research and educational facility of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. We offer a monthy public tour through our historic facility to showcase our experimental facilities and research projects. There is no charge for tickets but donations are always accepted.

Tour route adjustments are needed to accommodate guests with mobility restrictions. Please indicate any such restrictions when you register. You will receive an email approximately two days before your scheduled tour with details of where to meet your tour group.

Registration is required.

On the day of the tour:

  • Please wear closed-toed shoes – no flip flops or sandals permitted.
  • Parking is reserved for SAFL personnel only (please let us know if you require a handicap space). We ask that you park off-site at one of these locations:
    • Garage: 212 SE 2nd Ave
    • Lot: 200 University Ave SE
    • Metered street parking is available along SE Main St, portions of SE 3rd Ave, and 2nd St SE
  • We also have bike racks.

Email bkb0811@umn.edu if you have any questions

Thursday, Jul. 19, 2018
3:00 pm

2 3rd Avenue SE, Minneapolis

Tour of the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory

The St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL), located on the Mississippi River at the heart of Minneapolis, is an interdisciplinary fluid mechanics research and educational facility of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. We offer a monthy public tour through our historic facility to showcase our experimental facilities and research projects. There is no charge for tickets but donations are always accepted.

Tour route adjustments are needed to accommodate guests with mobility restrictions. Please indicate any such restrictions when you register. You will receive an email approximately two days before your scheduled tour with details of where to meet your tour group.

Registration is required.

On the day of the tour:

  • Please wear closed-toed shoes – no flip flops or sandals permitted.
  • Parking is reserved for SAFL personnel only (please let us know if you require a handicap space). We ask that you park off-site at one of these locations:
    • Garage: 212 SE 2nd Ave
    • Lot: 200 University Ave SE
    • Metered street parking is available along SE Main St, portions of SE 3rd Ave, and 2nd St SE
  • We also have bike racks.

Email bkb0811@umn.edu if you have any questions

Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018
3:00 pm

2 3rd Avenue SE, Minneapolis

Tour of the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory

The St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL), located on the Mississippi River at the heart of Minneapolis, is an interdisciplinary fluid mechanics research and educational facility of the College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. We offer a monthy public tour through our historic facility to showcase our experimental facilities and research projects. There is no charge for tickets but donations are always accepted.

Tour route adjustments are needed to accommodate guests with mobility restrictions. Please indicate any such restrictions when you register. You will receive an email approximately two days before your scheduled tour with details of where to meet your tour group.

Registration is required.

On the day of the tour:

  • Please wear closed-toed shoes – no flip flops or sandals permitted.
  • Parking is reserved for SAFL personnel only (please let us know if you require a handicap space). We ask that you park off-site at one of these locations:
    • Garage: 212 SE 2nd Ave
    • Lot: 200 University Ave SE
    • Metered street parking is available along SE Main St, portions of SE 3rd Ave, and 2nd St SE
  • We also have bike racks.

Email bkb0811@umn.edu if you have any questions