Future scientists and their parents will love this travelling exhibit from the National Center for Interactive Learning at the Space Science Institute. Explore Earth: Our Changing Planet is a multimedia exhibit that is free to visit at the Muhlenberg Library January 13 through March 9, 2018.
The exhibit looks at local earth science topics like weather, climate, and ecosystem changes. It also looks at a global view of our changing planet.
With its panels and interactive touchscreen kiosk, you can have fun learning all about topics like weather basics; water cycles; how rock, water, air, and life systems interact;, short-term and long-term changes to the Earth; and the difference between weather and climate.
The library is also hosting several free events for different ages that tie into the exhibit. Find more details about all the events here.
The Explore Earth Exhibit Launch is January 13 and has activities for all ages, including "Shocking Discoveries" with the Da Vinci Science Center!
Muhlenberg Library hours are Mondays - Thursdays 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Fridays 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and Saturdays 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
|Explore Earth Event||Date||Ages|
|Explore Earth Exhibit Launch Event||January 13||All ages|
|Escape the Periodic Table||January 16||teens|
|Folks Butterfly Farm Program||January 20||All ages|
|It's Not Rocket Science||January 22||grades k-6|
|Water On Earth||January 24||All ages|
|Doesn't Phase Me||January 30||teens grades 7-12|
|How Does NASA Use Lasers In Space?||February 8||All ages|