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Sep 162015
 
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Roll Over and Read! – The third Saturday of every month from 11:00am-1:00pm

February 20, March 19, April 16, May 21

Elementary age kids can read to specially trained dogs. Studies show that children experience much less stress reading to animals. Bring your own book or read one of ours. Ages 4-12. Third Saturday of every month.

Sep 012015
 
homework helpers

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 to 7:00 pm through June 9

Bi-lingual volunteers are available to help elementary-age children with homework. Drop in. No sessions on March 22 and 24.

May 042015
 
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GSK Science in the Summer is a fun and free science education program sponsored by GSK and administered by the Franklin Institute, which introduces students to the wonderful and fascinating world of science. Through classes held in your local public library and taught by certified teachers, this program gets kids excited about science with hands-on experiments. Classes are small with 16 students each, so be sure to register early!

At Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library, kids will learn about Physical Science. Why does a compass always point north? How does a light switch work? Students will answer these questions and more when they experiment with magnets, witness the effects of static electricity and build their own electrical circuit.

Classes run for two days. Course dates are Wed., July 6 and Thurs., July 7, OR Mon., July 25 and Tues., July 26 (please choose one set only). Level I classes are at 10:00-12:00, and Level II classes are at 1:00-3:00.

Level I classes are for children entering grades 2-3

Level II classes are for children entering grades 4-6

PLEASE NOTE! Registration will be ONLINE ONLY instead of in person. Use your home computer or visit the library to use the public computers.

DUE TO THE HIGH VOLUME OF REGISTRATIONS, YOU MAY EXPERIENCE CONNECTION PROBLEMS. PLEASE KEEP TRYING!

Registration starts May 5 at noon. Registrations will be processed in the order they are received. To register your child, visit www.scienceinthesummer.com.