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July 2014 Programs

  1. 1. JULY 2014 PROGRAMS 210 E. Main Street Springfield, KY 40069 (859) 336-7655 M, T & Th 10:00 am – 7:00 pm W & F 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Sat 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Sun Closed
  2. 2. CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS
  3. 3. Want to learn why things fizz, bubble, pop, and boom this summer?! Explore chemistry, electricity, and sound during this exciting hands-on science demonstration and activity program! Demonstrations will include a small (yet safe!) explosion, hair raising fun with our Van de Graaff generator, participation time with fizzy experiments, and much more! Please call 336-7655 to register for either the 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm session. FIZZ, BOOM, SCIENCE TUESDAY, JULY 1 @ 5:00 or 6:00 PM Washington County Cooperative Extension Service
  4. 4. So many different animal types! You will meet and learn about a member of each of the following animal types: Bird, Reptile, Amphibian, Mammal, Invertebrate and maybe even a Fish! Interact with the animals with “hands-on” volunteering, bring your questions and participate in activities. An up-close and personal experience guaranteed. ANIMAL SCIENCE TUESDAY, JULY 8 @ 5:30 PM Washington County Cooperative Extension Service
  5. 5. What do you do after you eat your eggs? Well if you can be careful when “breaking” them, you can make blown eggs with their shells, fill them with paint and then make art. AGES 0-7 Please call 336-7655 to register for either 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm session. SCIENCE OF COLOR TUESDAY, JULY 15 @ 5:00 OR 6:00 PM Washington County Cooperative Extension Service
  6. 6. WEIRD SCIENCE WITH ALBERT TUESDAY, JULY 22 @ 5:00 or 6:00 PM Washington County Public Library Your child’s hand will be saved forever in clay as Albert gives you a keepsake. Ages 0-7 Please call 336-7655 to register for either the 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm session.
  7. 7. SILLY SCIENCE SHOW TUESDAY, JULY 29 @ 5:30 PM Washington County Cooperative Extension Service Entertainer and magician, Mark Comley, amuses children, tweens and teens with his face-paced act that will leave you laughing and bewildered.
  8. 8. TWEEN & TEEN PROGRAMS
  9. 9. Want to learn why things fizz, bubble, pop, and boom this summer?! Explore chemistry, electricity, and sound during this exciting hands-on science demonstration and activity program! Demonstrations will include a small (yet safe!) explosion, hair raising fun with our Van de Graaff generator, participation time with fizzy experiments, and much more! Please call 336-7655 to register for either the 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm session. FIZZ, BOOM, SCIENCE TUESDAY, JULY 1 @ 5:00 or 6:00 PM Washington County Cooperative Extension Service
  10. 10. So many different animal types! You will meet and learn about a member of each of the following animal types: Bird, Reptile, Amphibian, Mammal, Invertebrate and maybe even a Fish! Interact with the animals with “hands-on” volunteering, bring your questions and participate in activities. An up-close and personal experience guaranteed. ANIMAL SCIENCE TUESDAY, JULY 8 @ 5:30 PM Washington County Cooperative Extension Service
  11. 11. A performance of non stop Magic and Illusion with illusions, dangerous stunts, escapes, mind reading, comedy, live animals, audience participation and high energy music. Ages 8-17 IMPOSSIBLE MAGIC TUESDAY, JULY 15@ 5:30 PM Washington County Elementary School Gym
  12. 12. EDIBLE EXPERIMENTS WEDNESDAY, JULY 23 @ 1:00 PM Washington County Public Library Laura Peek, from the Washington County Cooperative Extension Service, shows you how much fun food can be to play with and to eat!
  13. 13. SILLY SCIENCE SHOW TUESDAY, JULY 29 @ 5:30 PM Washington County Cooperative Extension Service Entertainer and magician, Mark Comley, amuses children, tweens and teens with his face-paced act that will leave you laughing and bewildered.
  14. 14. ADULT PROGRAMS
  15. 15. BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ MEETING Monday, July 21 @ 5:30 pm Washington County Public Library Board of Trustees Open Meeting Rules The Washington County Public Library Board of Trustees abides by the open meeting laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Open Meetings Act provides members of the public the statutory right to attend all public meetings and to observe and listen to what transpires at those meeting. It does not grant those persons the right to participate in the meeting nor address the members of the Board during the meeting. The Washington County Public Library Board of Trustees will allow one to address the Board with two provisions. •The person must notify the Library Director in advance to be included on the Agenda. •The person must limit their address to two minutes.

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