TAME Science Trailblazer Trailer at Brownwood Public Library Thursday
The Brownwood Public Library's Summer Reading Program activity scheduled for Thursday, June 26, will be “Science Rocks”, a traveling science exhibit which is sponsored by Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering, and Connecting Texas Libraries Statewide.
Science Rocks will be held in a semi-trailer which is full of hands-on activities, which include exhibits on energy, aerodynamics, space science, weather, and biotechnology. The trailer will be available to the public from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The last tour will be admitted at 12:30 p.m. This exhibit is not just for kids; anybody interested can attend. The cost is free and open to everybody.
Since only a limited number of people can be in the Science Rocks trailer at any given time, other activities are scheduled starting at 10:30 a.m. including Dr. Lester Towell of Howard Payne University on three-dimensional printing, Kristi Owen from Brownwood High School who will conduct experiments on color, as well as silly putty polymers, and other miscellaneous activities.
Everyone is welcome to come, explore, and participate in this exciting learning experience! Science Rocks! For more information please call, (325) 646-0155.
This program is a collaboration between the Brownwood Public Library, the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering, Central Texas Library System, and Texas State Library to provide, fun summer learning for students primarily in rural areas.