Paul Miller tells the story of how a trip to the circus inspired him to visit his library which led him to learn juggling, magic, balloon sculpting, and the history of the circus! Join us for a performance that will leave you laughing for days!
Have you ever wondered about the bugs that you often see in your backyard, at the playground, or in the park? Do you know which ones are potentially harmful? Which are harmless? Which bugs are beneficial to the environment? How about which bugs might be harmful to the environment? Please stop by to learn the answers to these questions and more in this informative presentation on backyard bugs.
Do you know that the average speed of growth of your bones is 2 inches per year at eight years old? And that even after you reach the adult age your bones are continually remodeled, for example, the head of the femur is replaced about every four months! Do you know that Astronauts lose about 1% of their bones per week when in space? Genes, nutrition and exercise are important factors that influence the development of our bones. In this meeting we will explore these factors and what happens to the astronauts skeleton in the absence of gravity.
What do Legos, milk jugs, Rainbow Loom bracelets, sandwich bags, and chewing gum all have in common? They are all made of polymers! Polymers are groups of molecules that are connected to create something tangible (something you can touch.) They may be solid, squishy, sticky, bendable, or anything else you can think of. While many polymers are manmade, some occur naturally, as in the juice of rubber or aloe plants. Join us as we have fun exploringand makingpolymers!
Magician Peter Wood will be performing his incredible magic show at your library! Hell perform amazing acts and impossible tricks. Audience participation is crucial in all of Peters shows, which blend hilarious comedic situations with amazing magic.