at the Centre Branch Library!
INVESTIGATING THE INSIDES
Investigate the composition of unseen materials, using a variety of tools, as an analogy to how scientists discover clues about the interiors of planets using spacecraft. For ages 8 and older. Please register. 2:00 pm Saturday | Jun. 23
RECIPE FOR A COMET
Create a “comet” using household ingredients then use tools to observe how it models the features of a real comet. For ages 10 and older. Please register. 2:00 pm Saturday | Jun. 30
ART & THE COSMIC CONNECTION
Students will explore and recreate the different surfaces of planets, moons, and asteroids by evaluating the circles, lines, shapes, and colors that are shown on images from NASA. For ages 8 and older. Please register.
Illiteracy has become such a serious problem in our country that
44 million adults are now unable to read a simple story to their children source: literacyprojectfoundation.org/community/statistics/
2:00 pm Saturday | Jul. 7
HOW’S THE WEATHER ON MARS?
Write and act out a brief skit about a weather report on Mars and create a commercial convincing tourists to come and visit the red planet! Please avoid wearing green to this program. For ages 8 and older. Please register. 2:00 pm Saturday | Jul. 14
EDIBLE EARTH AND MOON
If you or someone you know is in need of literacy assistance or if you are interested in volunteering as a literacy coach, please call 410-749-3612 x159 or email email@example.com
Learn about the layers of the Earth and how the moon is different than a planet while creating an edible model of the Earth or Moon using candy! For ages 8 and older. 2:00 pm Saturday | Aug. 4
MAKE A UV DETECTOR
Human eyes can only see a small part of light from the sun. Discover how NASA studies UV light to learn more about the sun and how it affects our planet. For ages 8 and older. 2:00 pm Saturday | Aug. 11 These programs are offered as part of the NASA@ My Library initiative to engage public audiences nationwide in informal and lifelong learning with the excitement of NASA exploration and discovery.