NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Looking for something to do with your kids while they are off from school during spring break? The Ruth Keeler Memorial Library is teaming up with the Stamford Museum and Nature Center to offer what it calls a "week of fun."
The library, with the museum's help, will offer a series of activities, which will run daily from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The first activity is called "Science Rocks," which is set for Monday, March 21.
"We will make things foam, fizz, fly, and colors move and more while exploring the principles of science."
The second activity is called "What's It Matter" and is set for Tuesday, March 22. As the title suggests, the event will explore matter, which will include disappearing solids, homemade slime and looking at the properties of polymers.
The third event is titled "Build It, Break It, Mold It, Make It" and will take place on Wednesday, March 23. Participants will be able to build things with an array of items, ranging from Legos, to clay, to newspapers.
The fourth and final event is called "Weather Wise," which is scheduled for Thursday, March 24. It will include use of a weather station.
The events are intended from kids in grades K through 5. The library notes that registration is a must for the events, which can be done by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 914-669-5161.
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