Join us the week of July 9 for these exciting upcoming programs. Contact the Colonial Heights Library for more information at (804)520-9384. Programs are FREE and No registration is required!
Join the Rainbow Puppets on a journey with the Tuskegee Airmen. Follow the dreams of a young boy as he wants to help others by flying in the sky...eventually his dreams come true as he follow a path set by Harriet Tubman, flier Bessie Coleman, educator Booker T. Washington, and runner Jesse Owens. In the end, he creates a path of his own that leads to success for others. This program was commissioned by the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and had its premiere there on February 6, 2014. It's filled with Tuskegee Airmen facts.
This program is intended for families with children 1st grade and older.
Come join us for a STEM program that includes stories, experiments, and some friendly competition. How does a cruise ship, made of tons of steel, stay afloat on the water? During this program, participants make boats out of aluminum foil, learn how gravity and buoyancy affect boats, and apply what they have learned about these forces to come up with a foil boat design that will hold the most pennies.
This program is intended for children in grades 1-5.