Story Teller Arianna Ross will present the program Earth Adventure. Travel around the earth using your imagination, voice and body. Discover the many magical mysteries of this amazing earth. Whether you swim in the ocean, hike in the mountains, play in a park or dance in a river, you can hear the earth’s special symphony singing your ears. Ages 6- 12
Have you ever watched an episode of Bones or CSI and wondered how the forensic scientists are able to identify someone using just a tooth? Come to the Forensic Mystery Workshop! This program is a science workshop designed to teach teens about forensic science in a hands on way. Teens will get the chance to examine a set of bones and other evidence to determine the identity of an unknown person.
DC has more good coffee than ever with gourmet coffee shops popping up every day, and the range of deliciousness is huge. Join us for two Saturdays of fun, guided tasting activities with our friends from Peregrine Espresso and MadCap Coffee.
Origami Animals is an art program in which children will learn to make animals out of paper. Each Tuesday in August (with the exception of August 26) they will learn to make progressively more difficult origami. We encourage to children to attend all three programs, but just dropping in to one or two of them is fine.
Don't just be a shadow on the wall this summer- join us for an afternoon of light fun at the library as we learn about science! In this program we'll learn all about shadows; we have a variety of related books that you can peruse but better yet, try our cool experiments. You can learn to make your own shadow puppet or how to make Mountain Dew glow in the dark.
On Mondays, July 7, 21, 28 and August 4 and 11 from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. (immediately following our "Explosive Reading Power Hour" which is from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.)--As part of our summer reading thematic programming, children will be able to participate in and enjoy a combination of book and web-based crafts and activities, with Ms. Tea's creative spin, that incorporate math, science, art and recreation. Participation in our Team S.T.E.A.M.