Archive for July, 2016
Wednesday, August 3rd @ 11:00 a.m.
Dan the Snakeman will be returning to Solvay Library and bringing some of his unique collection of reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates!
Dan’s shows were created to educate people of all ages about reptiles, helping the audience better understand and appreciate the special nature of these animals and their importance to the environment. His program offers a unique opportunity to experience many species of exotic reptiles. The audience is invited to interact with the animals on an up-close and personal level; viewing, touching, and asking questions are highly encouraged.
LIBRARY SCAVENGER HUNT!
ALL DAY! MONDAY, JULY 25TH
There’s so much to explore at the library! Today we’re having a great summer library adventure challenge with a Library Scavenger Hunt. Stop by the library’s circulation desk and pick up a list of clues. Explore the library to find the items and win a special prize for completing the scavenger hunt challenge.
The Library Scavenger Hunt is free and open to all children ages 5-17.
READY, SET, SPIN! KEEP MOVING!
THE MOST TRAVELING SCIENCE SHOW!
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27TH
Have you ever wondered why golf balls have dimples, how ice skaters spin so fast, or if you could bounce a basketball on the moon? All around the world people play. Although our games vary, science rules do not change. Yet if we understand the rules we can push the boundaries. Join us as we explore the why and how of play on our perpetually spinning planet, and beyond! The MoST Summer Library Program will bring a 45-minute interactive demonstration Ready, Set, Spin!: Keep moving!
SUPERHERO COSTUME PARTY
Friday, July 22
Come dressed as your favorite hero and learn all about heroes!
Heroes can be every day heroes like Police Officers, Firemen, Military, EMTs.
You can also dress up as your favorite cartoon character, superhero, game character, or singer.
Participate in a craft, have some snacks, and enjoy all sorts of superhero fun!
Live animals will be at Solvay Public Library, along with an educator to teach us all about our new furry and scaly friends. You never know what kind of exciting and unique animals will be visiting us this year!
Free and open to the public. All ages are welcome.