The Summer Reading Club will present two Fun with Science programs on Wednesday, July 30, and Wednesday, August 6th, both from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., in the community room of the library with Michele Woolnough.
Woolnough is an experienced science educator who is originally from Wilkes Barre, and a graduate of Meyers High School. Michele has worked in the Philadelphia area, taught locally in the Wilkes Barre Area Schools, and is currently affiliated with the award- winning Williamson County School District in Franklin, Tennessee. In addition to teaching, she has spoken at national and international conferences on urban education and multiculturalism in schools, and is a strong advocate for quality education reform in public schools. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from East Stroudsburg University and a Master’s of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from King’s College.
Learn about static electricity, sound amplification, and bending water on July 30th, and then on August 6th, learn about simple acids and bases, and what happens when they are mixed together! Both presentations will be hands-on and full of fun!
To register, call us at (570) 287-2013.