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The Secret Science Club isn’t a well kept secret. They meet at the Bell House instead of an underground bunker or camouflaged tree house, and you don’t have to solve a crazy physics equation to get in. But their meetings are always about topics you’d probably never think of on your own.

Tonight, they’re showing a bunch of short films from the Imagine Science Film Festival. The films are about everything from prescription drugs and particles, meteorites and the nature of fear. It’s the perfect night for anyone who’s into science who doesn’t have much of an attention span.

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Secret Science Club presents Imagine Science Film Fest shorts
The Bell House
149 7th Street between Second and Third Avenues [Gowanus, Brooklyn]
Monday, October 18, 8pm

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