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Physics Fun with Homeschool Happenings

Explore concepts like gravity, aerodynamics, inertia, and more with fun experiments and activities. Come prepared to push the limits of science! All children age 5-13 are welcome to attend this free program. No registration is required. For more information please contact Colleen ...

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Family Fun Science: Paper Airplanes

Who is ready to make paper airplanes?  Join us at the library and you will get to make and test paper airplanes, and then compete in two possible competitions.  Whose plane can travel the furthest when launched from the balcony?  This ...

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New Books About Women in Science

It's Women's History Month, and here at the library we have tons of books about awesome women! Here are some of our recent arrivals about women in math and science. Maryam Mirzakhani, Iranian mathematician Maryam's Magic: The Story of Mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani ...

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Happy Darwin Day!

February 12th was Darwin Day, a celebration to commemorate the birthday of Charles Darwin on February 12, 1809. The day highlights Darwin's contributions to science and is celebrated around the world. To learn more about Darwin's life and work, check ...

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Science Storytime for May 27th, 2020: Chapters 6, 7, and 8 of Andrew Lost on the Dog by J.C. Greenburg, published by Penguin-Random House.

If you, too, would like to turn your smartphone into a microscope, here is a very cheap way to do it: https://www.instructables.com/id/10-Smartphone-to-digital-microscope-conversion/ If you do this, just make sure that your lens is secure if you leave the house. My husband tried ...

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