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Dec. 9, 2009 at 4:28pm Science Illuminated... for kids!

Want something to do while school is on break?  Want your children to do something entertaining and educational?  Want something that is free?  Then come to the library for one of our science programs!  Afterwards, check out a science book and learn even more about the fascinating and varied world of science.

Mad Science of South Sound presents "Fire and Ice" on Tuesday, December 22 at 2 pm -
Explore basic science concepts with a “Mad Science” twist. Learn about the three states of matter using combustion, giant vortexes, and bubbling potions for a very cool time. And then wrap up this FREE event with a refreshing Dry Ice bubble shower. For children in grades Kindergarten through 6th grade and their families. No registration required.

Pacific Science Center presents "Volts and Jolts" on Tuesday, December 29 at 2 pm -
Become illuminated as you learn about electricity. Witness a series of experiments involving protons, electrons, and light. Find out where electricity comes from. Get charged up in this FREE program for children in grades K-6 and their families. No registration required.

Ashley's Avian Antics presents "Feathers" on Saturday, January 2 at 1 pm -
Why do birds have feathers? How do birds fly? How do they keep clean? What are the different kinds of feathers? How do feathers work? Come learn all about what makes a bird special... feathers! Come study the traits of feathers while observing some remarkable small birds. Geared towards children ages 4 through 10 years old, even parents will learn something new. Each child will examine their very own feather that can be dismantled or taken home.  Space for this program is limited. You can register in advance at the Children’s Desk of the library or by calling 253-841-5454. If you are not signed up, you can check at the door to see if there is room to join the fun.

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