Its time for some serious mad science and a WHOLE lot of bubbles! Join in on this soapy science adventure and create bubbles in all different forms. If you like to experiment and play chemist, or if you just like to blow bubbles, then this is the day for you!
This event will be outdoors and kids may get wet, please wear weather appropriate clothing. Super bubble blowers of all ages welcome!
Join Karen Land and her Alaskan Husky Romano as they take you on a journey to the Alaskan wilderness. Karen, a Hoosier native, is a three-time participant in the 1,150 mile Iditarod Sled Race. Along with Romano, her retired sled dog, Karen will share her experiences as she raced with her dog team through some of the world's toughest terrain!
Stacey Faith, Nutrition and Health Educator from Purdue Extension will discuss why eating healthy gives us the energy to be the best that we can be. Take part in a delicious smoothie-tasting demonstration and then its outside to meet our local First Robotics team 5188 and their heroic robot. This is a great chance to learn what robotics is all about.
Join us for music and movies at the West Terre Haute Little League Ballpark. The Lemon Brothers Band will kick off the fun with an outdoor movie to follow. This is a free event for families in the community. Our summer reading 2015 theme is, Every Hero Has a Story. Adults and children can sign up for summer reading and get started towards our Vigo County Community Goal. Every minute you read counts towards reaching our goal and eligibility for fun prizes. Come and enjoy!! Questions call 812-235-2121.
The Greek gods and goddesses were "super heroes" to the ancient Greeks, just like Superman, Batman, and others are to us today. Many of the planets were named after these gods and goddesses. Planetarium Director Holly Hudson will share stories about the planets and constellations in two shows at the Allen Planetarium at South Vigo High School. First showing is from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm; the second showing is from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. No registration or tickets are necessary for the family program!