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April vacation is fast approaching and several programs at the Cheshire Library will be available to keep your young ones interested:
Monday, April 15 2 – 3 p.m.
If you love to create masterpieces with Lego bricks or Mega Bloks, then
this program is perfect for you. Children of all ages are invited. A
parent or caregiver must accompany any child under 7.
Dragons and Dreams by Sciencetellers
Tuesday, April 16 10:30 a.m.
For ages 5-12
With castles, kings, a dragon keeper, an Ice Sorceress, the Horn of Fire,
two villagers and a daring journey to save the entire kingdom, enjoy this
spectacular adventure as we’re swept away to a world where dragons are
real, dreams come true, and only the most daring people will survive to
tell the tale! Learn about the science of Fire and ice through a tale of
Dragons and Dreams using experiments of flash paper, exploding bottles,
“cool “dry ice and much more. Please register online at
www.cheshirelibrary.com starting on April 1st.
LED Science Workshop with Eric Nelson
Wednesday, April 17
Session 1 2- 3 p.m.
Session 2 3:15 – 4:15 p.m.
Eric Nelson will introduce children to a variety of hands-on-science
activities using tiny lamps called light- emitting diodes (LEDs) This
program is for children ages 6 and up. Please register online at
cheshirelibrary.com starting April 1st.
Thursday, April 18
Session 1 10 a.m,
Session 2 11;15 a.m.
For children ages 8 and up
What are the largest, fastest and most intelligent invertebrates in the
sea? Squid! Kids will discover the amazing adaptations of these animals by
participating in a detailed dissection of our local species with a
representative from Mystic Aquarium. Please register online starting April
1st at www.cheshirelibrary.com