Do you ever wish you could travel through time? Come "Meet the Robinsons!" Lewis is a brilliant inventor who meets a mysterious stranger named Wilbur Robinson. Together they travel in a time machine to track down Bowler Hat Guy. The movie is based on a picture book called "A Day with Wilbur Robinson" by William Joyce. It is rated F for FUN! Just kidding; its really rated G and is 95 min. long. No registration required. Free snacks! Please call Youth Services @ 232-1115 for more information.
Witness your favorite science experiment, then film the reaction with Vine. Show your friends your elephant toothpaste, naked eggs, clock reactions, and copper plating! Grades 6-12. Registration Required.
Celebrate summer reading by attending one or all of these exciting movies: Young Frankenstein (10-11:45), Man of Steel (12:00-2:30), Independence Day (3:00-5:30), and Enders Game (6:00-8:00). Free refreshments will be provided. Movie Information: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)and PG-13 (children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult). Young Frankenstein: PG, 106 minutes; Man of Steel: PG-13, 148 minutes; Independence Day: PG-13, 145 minutes; and Enders Game: PG-13, 114 minutes.
Magician Brandon Baggett will amaze all ages with his Awesome Magic! The show will be on the library lawn; you are welcome to bring a blanket or lawn chair. In case of bad weather, the show will be held in the meeting rooms on the lower level. No registration necessary.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Vigo County Public Library
The STEM Museum (Science, Technology, Engineering,and Math) will encourage the next generation of scientists! Fifteen activities spanning a wide range of interests, there's something to inspire everyone!
Have you ever heard about "exoplanets"? They are planets outside the solar system and there are about 1800 of them! Summer Reading Club participants and their families are invited to a special presentation about our solar system at the Allen Planetarium at South Vigo High School by the planetarium director, Holly Hudson. She will also show us the night sky and share new information on the "exoplanets." The first show is from 3:00-4:00 p.m. and the second is 6:30-7:30 p.m. Admittance is free, but everyone must have a ticket since space is limited. Please visit Youth Services or West Branch to pick up your tickets.