Super Duper Science Club Presents: A Visit with NASA

What does a NASA Scientist do?  What does N.A.S.A. even stand for?  Join us on Wednesday, June 1 @ 1:30pm for answers to all these questions plus some fun experiements.  Instructors from the NASA Educational Resource Center will be on hand to discuss the science behind NASA.

This event is appropriate for children in grades 3rd- 5th. 

The Super Duper Science Club events are designed to increase children's natural interest in science and the world around them.  Some of the program may contain concepts that are difficult for younger children to understand or sit still for.  We ask for the help of parents and caregivers to follow the suggested age guidelines and to remove younger children who become a distraction during the event.

Main Library
lrobinson
Wednesday, June 1, 2011 - 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Youth Services

After walking through the external doors, you will pass through a second set of internal doors. Youth Services is located on the right, with a desk area labeled "Youth Services."

Learn more at hmcpl.org/youthservices