The Mars: Inside and Out Spring program at the Main Library celebrated the last session on April 12th with games and cupcakes. This was an eight-week science program that involved children in hands-on experiments to help them understand the features of Mars. They simulated rainfall to make channels, caused volcanoes to erupt and created both large and small craters. This after-school science experience made learning fun. As one parent commented at the last class, “My son couldn’t wait for Tuesdays so he could come to the library.”
The Science After School program was sponsored by the Los Alamos National Laboratories Foundation.
By NC @Main