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Science: Comes Alive at the Library

Science: Comes Alive in the Library


Science: Comes Alive in the Library is a program held at the Silas Bronson Library in the Children’s Room once a month.


On February 23, the Silas Bronson Library hosted “Having Fun with Fossils and Dinosaurs” featuring amateur paleontologist Paulette Morin, who with a  captivated audience of children and parents alike, told how fossils are formed, what information fossils tell us about the prehistoric past, and utilized the children in her story about the world in which dinosaurs lived.




The next Science: Comes Alive in the Library event is scheduled for March 17, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. Titled “Green Gal”, it features Tara Brophy.


Science: Comes Alive in the Library is free to all Greater Waterbury area residents, but registration is requested prior to the event.

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Comment balloon 1 commentWilliam James Walton Sr. • February 28 2010 09:37PM


Now this sounds like just the type of thing I used to take my daughter to when she was young. We still enjoy going to the library.  Now we usually hang out there on their book sale days.  One can never have too many books around!

Posted by Irene Tron over 10 years ago