GSK in partnership with The Franklin Institute and the Free Library of Philadelphia once again offers Science In the Summer! 26 of our libraries will host this series of free, fun science workshops for children in grades 2–6. This summer’s theme is Bioscience!
The program is delivered in two workshops offered over two days; and each workshop is two hours long. That’s two days of summer fun designed to help elementary school children “grow into science” with exciting, hands-on, teacher-directed experimentation.
Participating children must be available for both days. Classes for young children (grades 2 & 3) meet in the mornings from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Classes for older children (grades 4–6) meet in the afternoons from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Saturday sessions are available at two locations only: Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional Library and the Parkway Central Library. Again, participating children must be available for both sessions.
There will be online registration this year! Registration begins Friday, May 6th, 2016 at 12 noon and all participating children must be preregistered. You can register from work, or home, or come into any of our libraries to use or public computers. The first session begins on Tuesday, June 28th.
For more information, visit www.scienceinthesummer.com, stop by your neighborhood library, or call Youth Services and Programs at 215-686-5372.
Thursday & Friday, June 30th & July 1st
David Cohen Ogontz Neighborhood Library
Tuesday & Wednesday, July 5th & 6th
West Oak Lane Neighborhood Library
Thursday & Friday, July 7th & 8th
Fumo Family Neighborhood Library
Thursday & Friday, July 14th & 15th
Blanche A. Nixon / Cobbs Creek Neighborhood Library
Northeast Regional Library
Charles Santore Neighborhood Library
Thursday & Friday, July 21st & 22nd
Thomas F. Donnatucci Neighborhood Library
Falls of Schuylkill Neighborhood Library
Ramonita de Rodriguez Neighborhood Library
Walnut Street West Neighborhood Library
Saturdays, July 23rd & 30th
Parkway Central Library