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Friday, May 24, 2019

June Events at the S.W. Smith Memorial Public Library

June 1, 4pm: Registration for Summer Story Hour and SummerQuest closes at 4pm. Please come into the S.W. Smith Memorial Public Library before the close of business on June 1 to register your children for our fun summer learning programs.

· June 3, 2-3pm: Summer Snack at the S.W. Smith Memorial Public Library begins! A free snack will be available to children age birth-18 years old. Snack is served Monday-Friday from 2-3pm from June 3-August 16. This program is sponsored by the USDA and Seneca Library District.

· June 7, 1-2pm: The Regina Quick Center Art Mobile is coming to the S.W. Smith Memorial Public Library! The ArtMobile needs a head count for supplies, children age 6-12 are welcome to sign-up at the S.W. Smith Memorial Public Library by June 5. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

· June 11, 7-8pm: Amy Mickle is hosting Yoga for Teens and Adults ages 13-100. Wear comfy clothes, bring a beach towel or blanket, and plan to be barefoot. If you own a Yoga mat, please bring it. We respectfully ask that younger children do not attend. No registration necessary. This 6-week program meets on Tuesdays from 7-8pm and begins on June 11 and ends July 16. This free program is made possible by a donation for Teen Programming from the Legion Auxiliary.

· June 12, 10-11am: Summer Story Hour begins for pre-registered participants and their adults.

· June 12, 1-2pm: SummerQuest begins for pre-registered students entering grades 1-7.

· June 13, 1-2pm: Sciencetellers come to the library with their show “Aliens! Escape from Earth.” Throughout this amazing intergalactic story, Sciencetllers use science experiments to bring the story to life! In the second part of the show, they go “behind the scenes” of the special effects and recreate the science experiments with the help of volunteers from the audience. Discover the unbelievable world of physics and chemistry through exciting experiments, like: turning a liquid into solid “worms” through a chemical reaction. Launching a potato into the air using Boyle’s law. Making a flying rocket using two common household chemicals. Transferring energy between matter to create a “rainstorm.” This free event is made possible through the Friends of the Library. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

· June 13, 6-7pm: June 6, 2019 will mark the 75th anniversary of the historic D-Day coastal landings and air invasion by American and Allied forces during World War II. Join us for an educational presentation on the events of D-Day hosted by Steve Appleby, curator of the Eldred World War II Museum. This free program was made possible by a donation from VFW Post #6391. No registration is necessary.

· June 18, 5-7pm: Teens ages 13-18 are welcome to join the S.W. Smith Memorial Public Library and Sue Zirkle for Teen Paint N' Pizza at the Port Freeze Boardroom. Participation is limited to 12 teens and reservations are first come first serve. Please register by signing up at the library. Registration is not available online or at the Port Freeze restaurant. This free program is made possible by a donation for Teen Programming made by the Legion Auxiliary.

· June 25, 5:30-6:30: Susan Wright, an undergraduate researcher in Dr. Sarah Ruffell's lab at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, will be discussing Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs). These blooms are a growing environmental problem that can have significant effects on public health. The presentation will review the basics of algae, how HABs form, and potential public health concerns. She will also discuss current research, and how public libraries are contributing to this research. This program is free and open to the public.

· June 27, 6-7pm: Join our book club, Book Buddies, for an evening of informal chat about the selected title. Title for June TBA.

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