KENILWORTH, NJ - Beginning Thursday, July 2, and concluding on August 13, the Kenilworth Public Library will present a seven-week series of science-related workshops taught by Mad Science educators. The workshops will take place every Thursday from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m for children ages four to twelve.
Each week a new STEM-related topic will be introduced which will include electricity, magnetism, optics, biology, and many more. Children will be able to participate at home recreating some of the experiments using household items.
The themes for these workshops are:
Chem-Mystery, July 2
Stunt Plane, July 9
Under Pressure, July 16
Dry Ice, July 23
Optical Illusions, July 30
Super Structures, August 6
Wacky Waves, August 13.
The link to register for these one-hour programs will be available on the library’s facebook page facebook.com/Kenilworth.public.library starting at 9:00 a.m. on July 2. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. It is recommended that participants sign in ten minutes prior to the start of each program to enter the virtual waiting room. This program has been funded by the Ralph Errington Foundation.
For more information about the upcoming summer schedule, please email Coordinator of Children’s Services, Robin Koerner at email@example.com.
The Kenilworth Public Library wishes everyone a healthy and safe summer.