Star Trek debuted in September of 1966, canceled after just three seasons it is now widely considered one of the most popular and influential television series of all time. Explore the science behind the series and how it inspired real space travel.Find out more »
Fall is the time to plant bulbs for spring blooms. Learn about the different types of bulbs and how to properly plant them to get the best spring blooms on the block.Find out more »
Get free assistance from GRASP advisors in completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).Find out more »
Hands-on learning and experimentation for grades 4 through 7 featuring a variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math topics for tweens presented in a fun and challenging way. Each month the club will feature a different topic such as coding, edible experiments, paper airplanes, candy science, lava lamps, and more.Find out more »
Make your own snow globe using art and science. This STEAM project was designed by HCPL Volunteen, LaDawna M. Materials will be provided; supplies are limited. For grades 4th grade to adult.Find out more »
This presentation given by The American Civil War Museum tells of Susie King Taylor, the only African-American woman to publish a memoir about her wartime experiences with the army. A former slave, educated in secret, Taylor served as a teacher, laundress, and nurse with the 33rd United States Colored Troops.Find out more »
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