Science is Elemental at the Highlands/Shelby Park Branch 
You - yes you - are cordially invited to join us on June 21 and 28 and July 12, 19 and 26, 2 - 4 pm at the Teen Outpost at the Highlands-Shelby Park Library to witness the fun side of Science. Yes, I said fun and science in the same sentence!

As one of my all-time favorite science heroes, Steve Spangler, can prove, science can be (not just a little, but a whole huge amount of) fun. If you have never heard of Steve Spangler, I recommend that you hop over to his YouTube page right now, and watch at least one video. Go ahead, I’ll wait.



See fun and science. Together. If you liked Steve’s videos, you should check out his book Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes, which you can, of course, find at the Outpost.

But wait, the fun doesn’t stop there!


For our first Friday, we will be looking at building catapults and testing how far we can make a marshmallow fly. For our last Friday in July, we will look at non-Newtonian fluids. Katherine will be on hand to talk about Sir Isaac Newton’s lesser known quirks. And what about in between? Well, I guess you’ll just have to stop by and see for yourself.

TTFN –Stephani, Young Adult Services Aficionado, Teen Outpost at the Highlands-Shelby Park Library

Jake 
That was really amazing - I didn't know something like that could happen. Neat chain reaction!

laron wharton 
Wow that is really cool how the popsicles does a ripple effect. I now know that a chain reaction is a ripple effect.

Sophie 
It looks awesome, I can't what to try it out.

Antoine 
It seems really cool

Rose 
This seems like a magnificent thing to try during the boring days of Summer.

Grace Spalding 
It seems really cool, and I want to try it.

Cole Sherman 
this is very interesting and i found this to be very fun also.

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