Conservation Kids is a family based program designed to get families out in nature. This time, however, we are bringing nature to you. It might seem like a strange idea to bring nature into a library but where else can everything to know about nature be found? Libraries and Conservation Kids help us to learn about nature. They show us why and how we should help. They give us the power to make the world we live in a better place.
Get a glimpse of what life on other planets might be like! Experiment with tools needed to live in alien worlds. Children will make a water filtration system and design their own base on another planet.
Join world-traveled storyteller and geographer Omopé Carter Daboiku as she shares star stories from different cultures. Sessions will be interactive and geared to families with children K-4th grades; a story-based constellation craft is included. An OAC master teaching artist since 1990, Ms Daboiku is VP of the Ohio Storytelling Network.