(Image above: Mark DeRose, July 9, 2019.)
Join us Tuesdays at 1:00 pm for great family programming including music, paleontology, theatre, and storytelling. Everyone is welcome. Programs are suitable for children in grades K-5. Registration is required only for Dinosaur Dig on July 30. Please contact Rita Smith by calling the library at 717-533-6555 if you have questions, or send an e-mail to email@example.com
June 18 at 1:00 pm. Bravura Brass: A Universe of Music. We welcome back our friends the Bravura Brass as they share a selection of spaced-out classics including Fly Me to the Moon, Stardust, Blue Moon and many more!
June 25 at 1:00 pm. No program.
July 2 at 1:00 pm. Kit’s Interactive Theatre: Grace the Pirate. Navigate by the stars with Grace the Pirate in this rollicking interactive play where the audience is cast right into the show!
July 9 at 1:00 pm. Mark DeRose. Presenting the guitar talents of Mark DeRose for an hour of music and songs children will love.
July 16 at 1:00 pm. ScienceTellers: Aliens. During a midnight meteor shower, something mysterious falls from the sky toward Earth — but it’s not a shooting star. Two curious kids venture into the forest to investigate and find themselves mixed up with a family of visitors from another planet! Pursued by a crazy space scientist, they must risk everything to rescue the aliens and get them back to their spaceship — before it’s too late!
July 23 at 1:00 pm. Krypton Cougars Robotics Team. Join our local FIRST Robotics Team, fresh from competing at the World Championship in Detroit, as they demonstrate their robots.
July 30 at 1:00 pm. Dinosaur Dig. Field Paleontologists Mike and Roberta Straka will construct a dinosaur dig site right in the Hershey Public Library. Children will dig for REAL dinosaur bones. Next, we will identify the bones and finally, they will place the fossils on a Triceratops cut out. They will actually build a Triceratops with the bones that they discover.
In addition, before each dig, Mike will present a 30-minute interactive fossil talk to get our Jr. Paleontologists ready to go on their dig. During the talk, Mike will cover how and where we find fossils. He will showcase a 66-million-year-old meteorite, that we believe, is part of the meteorite that started the great extinction. **Space is limited for the dinosaur dig. Please register each child who will be participating to ensure a place. Everyone is welcome to listen to the introductory talk.
Sponsored by Friends of the Hershey Public Library.