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Gillette Nature Association- SPIDERS!!!
Join Park Naturalist Elizabeth Tillman from Hoffmaster State Park to learn about spiders. Live spiders will be present. Each participant will receive a small web guide for identifying web types. The program will end with a simple craft. All children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult.
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Fly Me to the Moon- The Kalamazoo Air Zoo
Investigate how gravity keeps the Moon in orbit around the Earth and what it takes to escape Earth's magnetic field to get to the Moon! Esperience the creation of moon craters and the challenges of landing safely on the varied surfaces of the Moon.
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Summer Reading Program 2019- Library LEGOs
Stop by the library every Tuesday from June 25 through July 30 at 2:00 and play with the library's LEGOs. We have DUPLOs too!
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Weekly Crafts
Stop by the library anytime during our Summer Reading Program and make a craft! There will be a different craft each week. Everyone is welcome to participate.
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Astronomy 101- Learn to Enjoy the Night Sky
Dr. Michael Galvin from the Muskegon Astronomical Society will show us how to use a star chart, teach us how to spot a satellite and other amazing phenomena in the night sky!
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Animal Astronauts
Do you think that Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin and American astronaut John Glenn were first into space? Think again! A little dog name Laika was the first animal to orbit the earth. In the early days of rocket science, no one knew what the effects of weightlessness would be. Dogs, cats, monkeys, and chimps were used to test the safety of launching a living being into space and bringing it back to earth unharmed. "Animal Astronauts" will feature a variety of live mammals, reptiles, and birds to provide a fascinating and unforgettable program.
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The Moon Landing and Other Space Phenomena
A NASA Ambassador talks about the Lunar Landing and what to look for in the night sky.
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Star Lab Planetarium
Explore the wonders of the night sky. An inflatable star filled planetarium will be in the Hart Community Center from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. Everyone is invited to participate. Children under 6 must be accompanied by an adult.
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Whereizit?
Come to the Hart Library on Wednesday during Summer Reading 2019 and play Hide and Keep! We will hide small objects throughout the library and if you find it you get to keep it! The game will continue all day until all the prizes are found but the earlier you get here the better the 'seeking' will be!
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John Ball Zoo
Join us in the Hart Community Center as the John Ball Zoo brings four different "animal asbassadors" and an educator to highlight unique adaptations and the natural history of each animal.
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