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Curious Science: Be an Engineer!
Students in grades 3-5 are encouraged to design and build towers...out of pasta and marshmallows! How much weight can your tower hold? What makes a difference?
Led by retired science teacher David Williams, students will be encouraged to explore and try new strategies and test the results.
Registration for this program begins Wed. Jan. 2nd. Call the Children's Room at 781-942-6705 to sign up. Free, but space is limited.
The Curious Science series is brought to you with federal funds provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
Check our website for future programs in this series!
More About Reading Public Library
The Reading Public Library is based in the former Highland Elementary School, which was built in 1894. It became the library in 1984.
The library offers books, magazines, newspapers, internet services, teen and children's books, a local history room, book clubs and other activities.
Ruth Urell is library director.