Kids @ HMCPL

Drop In Make and Take Crafts ALL DAY

Want something fun to do with your kids?  Drop in the to the Library!  Every Thursday during Summer Reading, the Main Library will be hosting "Drop In Craft Day".  From 9:00 am - 5:00 pm families can drop in with their kids for some exciting make and take crafts (with some specifically designed to be easy, medium, and hard). Crafts will feature a different theme each week.  

Super Duper Science Club: Farmer Stacy and Her Chickens

 

What does a farmer do?  What is the science behind farming?  What are chickens like, up close?  Find out the answers to all of these questions as we listen to Farmer Stacy talk about her life on the farm.

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.

Super Duper Science Club: Give A Hoot About Owls!

 

Whooo, Whooo,  Whooo is that??? Why, it's an Owl!  IN THE LIBRARY!  That's right, there will be an owl in the Library.  Join us as we learn more about these nocturnal birds!

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.

Super Duper Science Club: Lost in Space With NASA

 

Rockets and spaceships and astronauts....Oh MY!  Find out exactly what's going on in Space these days with the fun educators from 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.

Super Duper Science Club: Going Batty with the National Speleological Society

 

What makes a bat, a bat?  Batty Pati will be teaching us all about our favorite furry fliers and one of the Librarians will dress up like a bat!  

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.

Super Duper Science Club: DNA Magic with Hudson Alpha

 

What is DNA?  How do you find it?  What kind of materials is it in?  And you can extract it from Strawberries???  Yes!  Find out how with the Educational Outreach team from Hudson Alpha Institute of Biotechnology.

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.

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