Week of Events
MARINE MEGAFAUNA BIOLOGY: Gentle Giants of the Sea Monday, November 1 9:30am-10:45am Ages 8-10 Today, we study the feeding behaviors of manta rays and whale sharks and learn how each individual can be identified by their markings and color patterns as we learn how scientists study these gentle giants. Instructor: Diana Rodriguez, BEd Location: Science […]
This virtual LEGO Studio for ages 8-14 will take place on Tuesday, November 2, from 4:30-6:00 PM EST. Are you an aspiring Lego Master? Do you have a passion for aviation? Have you ever wondered how designers and engineers went from building paper kites to constructing super sonic jets? Join us for this session, during […]
Join GCPL as Dr. Joe Schwarcz introduces his new book, "Science Goes Viral", which breaks down the science and misinformation of today's most popular issues. Science has gone viral! In more ways than one. Bestselling popular science author Dr. Joe Schwarcz breaks down the science of essential oils, placenta creams, intermittent fasting, and of […]
Join us online as we livestream our show from the Unitarian Universalist Church of Amherst, Massachusetts. This show will be presented in front of a very limited audience of cast and crew, but will be livestreamed to be watched all around the world. Hosts Nisse Greenberg and Erin Barker brings us four stories of times […]
The Story Collider is delighted to partner with Springer Nature for this online storytelling show in which five Springer Nature authors will share stories from their work related to food sustainability. This show is held in conjunction with Berlin Science Week. Reserve your FREE spot at this link.
Love animals? Wish you could foster a new pet? Participate in this workshop on coding your own virtual pet! We’ll use the design process to consider the story and needs of your pet, then bring it to life by coding it in Scratch. This workshop introduces the free online platform from MIT, Scratch, and is geared […]
FEATURING Kayla Rayford, PhD candidate at Meharry Medical College studying Chagas Disease pathologies in the labKayla is an alumna of Bowie State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry minor. She is also a graduate of the BSU Honors Program. She is currently studying host-parasite interactions. And documenting her journey through science on her Instagram @kaylainthelab. […]
Join us as we explore the basics of designing with Cricut and create your very own custom t-shirt design! Bring your own t-shirt, tank top, or onesie! Registration is required, space is limited.
Learn to program simply Python games that can be played directly on your command line/terminal.
- This in-person event is a production of the Bradley Observatory at Agnes Scott College. - It is free and open to the public, but seating may be limited. - Doors open at 7:30 pm, lecture begins at 8:00. - Off-campus guests must provide proof of vaccination upon arrival. - Masks are mandatory inside at […]
Join GCPL and UGA Extension to learn more about Native American plants. Take a walk through Vines Park (3500 Oak Grove Road, Loganville 30052) with UGA Extension Office's Master Gardeners to learn about plants the Cherokee and other Native Americans used for food, medicine, and everyday uses. What is UGA Extension? We translate science of everyday living for farmers, families and communities to […]
Join us as we explore NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope! This amazing new successor to the Hubble Space Telescope is scheduled for launch in late 2021 and will be the premier observatory of the next decade. Learn about the differences between Hubble and Webb from a subject matter expert and then participate in hands-on learning […]
Are you a young person interested in protecting the planet? Are you passionate about causes like these? Climate change Environmental and social justice Immigration Gun violence and prison reform “Invisible” populations Earth Guardians MODA is our chapter of a global youth initiative that empowers youth to make a difference in the world. Joining up is […]
Join Ranger Jonah and Youth Services Librarian, Mrs. Amy, for an evening of stories and s'mores. Bring the whole family, chairs or a blanket, and maybe even a picnic dinner. It's a 1/2-mile walk to the campfire location. Start at the South Peachtree Creek trailhead at Mason Mill and follow the signs along the PATH, […]