Public Invited to View ‘Night in Space’ Science Formal Experience

Published on: 2019/11/01 - in News

The community has being welcomed to come see the Queen’s Engineering students’ highly anticipated 2019 Science Formal setup, where this year’s theme is Starry Night and students have captured the excitement and spectacle of a ‘Night in Space’.

4th year engineering students have worked for months on the design and sets that will available to view on Saturday, November 2nd from noon to 3:00pm on campus in Grant Hall, 43 University Avenue.

Entry to the Open House will be by donation to the United Way at the door.

“The Sci’ 20 Engineering class has devoted many hours of hard work to creating our Science Formal, continuing one of Queen’s Engineering longest standing traditions, which has been in place for 117 years”, said Natalie Arpin, Sci’20 Logistics Chair, in a release. “We would love for everyone to come and see everything we have been working on for many months come together! We will be accepting donations at the Open House, with all proceeds supporting the local United Way. We hope to see you on November 2nd!”

Dating back to the early 1900’s, the Science Formal is a formal black-tie event that showcases the talent of Queen’s Engineering students. Elaborate designs and structures are created each year with past themes including James Bond, Atlantis, Planet Earth, the Golden Age of Film, and last year’s trip to Las Vegas.

Image: Grant Hall (wikipedia) & starry night (PXhere)