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This summer is a great time for readers of all ages to explore and have fun with all kinds of science themed, hands-on activities, part of the Summer Reading Program at libraries across the country.
And, a great way to kick off eight weeks of programs at Jemez Springs Public Library is with the experts in science fun, the Explora! Science Museum of Albuquerque.
The program “Fizz, Boom, Read” starts May 30 at the Jemez Springs Public Library. All programs are every Friday night at 6 p.m. through July 25.
From 5-7 p.m. Explora! will provide a range of exhibits and activities for locals and visitors alike in the Jemez Springs park, weather permitting, or inside the library otherwise. Some of the Family Science Night events include the following:
Scribble Machines — Construct contraptions to make art. Combine pencils, markers and recycled materials with circuits, and motors to make small bots that draw or make marks in sand (or salt).
Dixie Copters — Create your own flying contraption out of dixie cups and see how it flies in a wind tunnel. Create one that spins or one that flies high.
Circuit Boards — Create a circuit to turn on a light bulb. Can you turn on two light bulbs? What about a motor?
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