Columbiana Public Library welcomes the McWane Science Center
By TOM RARY
The Columbiana Public Library is pleased to welcome the McWane Science Center to Columbiana.
Lovers of all things science and superheroes will enjoy this unique event.
This new and exciting program will explore the science behind superheroes and their amazing powers.
Using scientific properties to uncover the secrets behind their superhuman abilities, the superhero scientists of the McWane Science Center will show you just how with education and science as your guide you too can become a superhero.
Have you ever wondered just how superheroes accomplish the amazing feats of superhuman strength, speed and reflex?
Well, if you do, come to your Columbiana Public Library on June 11 to find out “just how did they do that.”
The leading superhero scientists of the McWane Science Center will be on hand to lead each and every one of us through a journey of learning in the superhero sciences.
So don your best superhero disguise and come down the Columbiana Public “Superhero” Library and discover just how you too can become a superhero. Additional activities the week of June 8-13 are as follows:
•Monday – Free pizza and a movie at 1 p.m. (Big Hero 6).
•Tuesday – Miss Jennie’s Story Time at 9:30 a.m., which includes a story and craft for children between the ages of birth and first grade. Also on Tuesday mornings, the Loose Stitches Knitting group meets at 10 a.m. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to learn. Tuesday evening, come for the free pizza and a movie at 5 p.m., (“Night at the Museum Secret of the Tomb”).
•Thursday – McWane Science Center, 1 p.m. Free movie and pizza at 5 p.m. (“The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies”).
•Friday is Craft Day at 10-11 a.m., and rounding out the week Story Time with local author Jill Gleason, “Mr. Greenleaf’s Unforgettable Summer,” at 11 a.m.