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Pacific Science Center

Michelle McNiel - Wednesday, July 20, 2016

The Pacific Science Center's Science on Wheels program will be visiting eight North Central Regional Library branches this month.

The program offers fun, hands-on science activities designed to enhance our Summer Reading Program and will focus on wellness, fitness and sports.



Monday, July 25

10 a.m.: Cashmere Library

6:30 p.m., Wenatchee Public Library

Tuesday, July 26

10 a.m., Quincy Public Library

2 p.m., Wenatchee Public Library

Wednesday, July 27

10 a.m., Soap Lake Library

3 p.m., Ephrata Public Library

Thursday, July 28

3 p.m., Curlew Library

Friday, July 29

10 a.m., Republic Library

3:30 p.m., Pateros Library

All of the libraries except Curlew will be offering the Food Detectives program. Here is how the Pacific Science Center describes the program: Do you have the energy to learn about a calorie? Investigate the nutrients humans need and absorb how the five food groups help the body function. Strap on your safety goggles as you perform experiments to see which foods contain essential nutrients. Curlew will be offering Cells "R" Us. Here's the description of that program: Cells, cells everywhere ... from the tips of your toes to the ends of your hair. Do all cells look alike? This and other questions will be answered as you use microscopes to distinguish between various cells and learn about their specialized functions.



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