June 18, 2014
Next Tuesday night, the Wausau headquarters is offering something for everyone at the library. All of these great events start at 6:30 p.m. and are free!
Tween Science: Kids grades 3-5 are invited to watch and try some science experiments during out Tween Science program.
Art with Heat: Teens can experiment with heat to create melted crayon art and ice candles. Teens also have a chance to try Flame Painter, a free computer program!
Canning and Preservation: Adults will learn the science behind canning and preservation of various fruits and vegetables in this presentation by Jackie Carattini from the UW-Extension.
7 Days of Harryhausen Film Festival: In celebration of the late special-effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen, we will show seven films over seven days featuring Harryhausen's legendary stop-motion animation techniques! Tuesday’s selection is “First Men in the Moon," a 1964 adaptation of the H.G. Wells science fiction novel.
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