The Perry Public Library’s kids summer reading program is in full swing, and tomorrow they will have the opportunity to become scientists for the day.
Deputy Library Director Misty VonBehren explains, “Absolute Science is coming in, and they’re going to talk about how to build a hoverboard. Not exactly sure how they’re going to do that, but I’m sure the kids will love it.” The event is free for kids in the summer reading program, and will run tomorrow from 10:30-11:30 a.m. in the library’s large meeting room. Rick Bramer is leading the hands-on educational program, which is designed for all children through the fifth grade.
No additional registration is required for the event.