The Ceres Library will offer a number of entertaining programs and hands-on activities this month designed to educate and spark the imagination.
On June 12 and 26, children are invited to engineer their own LEGO design starting at 3 p.m. Upon completion, the library will display each child's design at the library for two weeks. All children are invited to participate, however children under the age of four must have direct parental supervision.
Families will have a blast learning about energy and science at the library this month. On June 16 at 6 p.m. participants will experience the exciting world of energy in an engaging setting. On June 19, children and their families will be able to create their own energy through a hands-on science activity.
Don't miss the Rock and Fossil Show at 1 p.m. on June 25. Terry McMillin, the "Rock Lady," will introduce the audience to an array of rocks, fossils, and dinosaur bones.
Teens and tweens are invited to stop by the library on June 26 to build a catapult using craft sticks. Tap into your creative side while learning about the science of projectile objects! This craft begins at 3 p.m.
These programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Ceres Library. The Ceres Library is located at 2250 Magnolia Avenue in Ceres. For more information, contact the Ceres Library at 537-8938.