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* Jason LoveJason Love

Time: 1:00 pm

Animation Workshop. Jason did a great job last summer with his Balloon Workshop so we decided to invite him back again, but this time he will be offering an Animation Workshop for kids 12 and up. He will teach the basic concepts of animation and provide participants with multiple digital animation activities. Equipment, as well as other interactive props needed, will be provided. This will be a registration only event and will be limited to 25 kids.

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* CLOSEDCLOSED

July 4 holiday

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* Geoff AkinsGeoff Akins

Time: 6:30 pm

Geoff Akins is the Midwest's premier bubble performer. The Bubble Wonders show is fun, inspiring, educational, and captivates both children and adults alike. Audiences laugh as they learn about the art and science of bubbleology. Geoff's gentle nature, humor, and rapport with children have delighted audiences worldwide.

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* Duke OtherwiseDuke Otherwise

Time: 6:30 pm

Noah Riemer, Musician/Storyteller. With his outrageously clever tunes, Duke Otherwise is a children's musician unlike any you've heard before. Duke wouldn't dare sing about wheels on a bus unless they're flat or square or coming off. He will instead sing you one of his tunes about love-struck 3rd graders, a multi-cultural bowling team, or a forlorn King of the Jungle. Kids will yuk it up, and you'll find yourself sufficiently amused as well.

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* Portable PlanetariumPortable Planetarium

Time: 12:30 pm

Paul Kinzer, Seeing Stars. Seeing Stars is a program that aims to make exploration of the night sky easy and fun. Projectors are used to display more than a thousand stars, the sun, the moon, and space images, some direct from NASA. Learn about the seasons, constellations, planets, and more! The planetarium holds approximately 30 kids. This is a registration only event open to Kindergarten age and up. Due to space limitations at the library, this event will be held across the street at the Wesley Center.

* Portable PlanetariumPortable Planetarium

Time: 1:45 pm

Paul Kinzer, Seeing Stars. Seeing Stars is a program that aims to make exploration of the night sky easy and fun. Projectors are used to display more than a thousand stars, the sun, the moon, and space images, some direct from NASA. Learn about the seasons, constellations, planets, and more! The planetarium holds approximately 30 kids. This is a registration only event open to Kindergarten age and up. Due to space limitations at the library, this event will be held across the street at the Wesley Center.

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* Steve BelliveauSteve Belliveau

Time: 1:00 pm

Getting Excited About Science. Steve Belliveau brings a science show that everyone can see, understand and enjoy. The aim of Steve's show is to inspire students to get involved in science themselves by using dramatic demonstration, easy to see equipment, humor, music and audience participation.

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* Miller & MikeMiller & Mike

Time: 1:00 pm

Discover the science of the circus. What's behind the impossible feats a circus clown performs every day? Science!! See scientific knowledge in use as Miller & Mike juggle, throw and balance their way through this high energy show full of circus skills, audience participation, and lots of good clean comedy. After the show, those that have participated in the reading program can stay for treats. Prizes will also be awarded.

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