Family Science Night is the place for kids of all ages and their families to work together –– learning about science through sometimes slimy, sometimes spooky, sometimes explosive, but always FUN activities, crafts, and experiments!
Do you love these large-eyed, mysterious predators of the night? Come learn about owls and take home some spooky souvenirs –– we guarantee you’ll have a hoot! It’ll be a free-for-owl finding all the hidden treasures of the owl pellet (a regurgitated mass of food that owls expel). Will you find bones, feathers, claws, teeth?
Luckily, you don’t have to do this owl by yourself! Digital Services Librarian Ryan Biracree will be talon you all about what you find in a guided dissection.
This event is limited to ten participants, and registration is required. Register here. Please note: This event requires at least three attendees to run. If fewer than three participants have registered within 48 hours of the event, it will be postponed and participants will be notified via email. Registration opens 30 days before the start of the event.
2/21 – Owl Pellets
3/28 – Spy Science
4/25 – Sounds!
5/30 – Animal Adventure
6/27 – Bubble Blast