There’s Still Room for You in Science in the Summer Next Week

If you’re going into second through sixth grade,  and would like fun, hands-on experiments in chemistry Science in the Summer is for you. One-hour classes go from Monday through Thursday July 11 to July 14 and start at 11:00 a.m at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh -Main. Participants will receive their own lab coat and learn how to turn pennies to gold, make raisins and popcorn dance,  tell acids from bases and lots more. Students will receive personal attention from teachers from the Carnegie Science  Center.  Students should be prepared to attend all four classes. Parents should accompany them to the first class to sign a permission form.   GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare sponsors this exciting science program which is completely free to participants. For more information, call 412-622-3122.

About Tina Zubak

I've been a librarian at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh for about 12 years, first at the Beechview branch and now at Children's. I've written some books myself, but alas, no publications. Among my favorite books are BFG, Houndsley and Catrina and the Quiet Time, Ramona Quimby, Age 8, Nation and Rose Daughter.
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