iceSummer should be a time of ceaseless laziness and unabashed gluttony. Yet too often school, work and all that other unwanted stuff seems to intrude. Give yourself a well-deserved break Wednesday, July 13, from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Lawrence Hall of Science.

While the location doesn’t seem to inspire the carefree gaiety of summer, the Hall’s “Summer Fun Day” event does seem like it will deliver what it promises. Summer Fun Day is Ice Cream Day, where attendees will have the opportunity to make their own ice cream and compare it to free samples from Double Rainbow (yeah, Double Rainbow).

You can also satisfy your inner-nerd and learn about the science behind the process of freezing cream. Tickets are free with admission to the Hall, plus you can score free sprinkles if you bring your own cup and spoon.

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