When school is out, science is in! GSK Science in the Summer™ keeps the learning going for students at local libraries.
Students entering second through sixth grade are invited to register and attend this FREE, hands-on enrichment program that makes learning about science fun. Sponsored by GSK and administered by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in partnership with Carnegie Science Center, the experiment-oriented courses are taught at local libraries.
Students will learn about a range of science topics, including energy, sound, electricity and light, as well as study forces like pressure and gravity. Each day will offer lessons filled with hands-on activities.
From building and navigating a magnet maze, to lifting impossible objects, or designing a better means of transportation, your child will get excited about science.
All students must pre-register to attend.
Space is limited. Contact your local library to register.
To register, parents should visit the listed libraries in person or online. See below for class locations, dates, times, and contact information.
For more information, visit www.scienceinthesummer.com
June 13 - 16 (Mon - Thurs)
June 14 - 17 (Tues - Fri)
June 20 - 23 (Mon - Thurs)
June 21 - 24 (Tues - Fri)
June 27 - 30 (Mon - Thurs)
July 5 - 8 (Tues - Thurs)
July 11 - 14 (Mon - Thurs)
July 25 - 28 (Mon - Thurs)
Aug. 1 - 4 (Mon - Thurs)
Aug. 8 - 11 (Mon - Thurs)
Aug. 9 - 12 (Tues - Fri)
Aug. 15 - 18 (Mon - Thurs)