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MORE WONDERFUL SCIENCE AT THE MPL!

 

Mia Brunette produced today's two experiments with (a little) help from her Grandpa, Greg Brunette.  We each saw (with our very own eyes) how temperature fluctuations move air and create wind!  In her second experiment we saw how salt changes the density of water.  Wow, Mia - you are a super scientist, for sure!  To see the entire photo album from today's group be sure to visit us on Facebook.

COMPUTER AREA BECOMES MORE ACCOMODATING

 

Greg Thibert volunteered his skills to assemble 6 new chairs and 2 kiosks tonight.  Each of the new pieces were carefully chosen to better utilize the tiny computer area's small space and add as much comfort as possible to our patrons.  Thank you, Greg!  It looks wonderful and we ALL appreciate your help.

YOUR LIBRARY - GROWING TO MEET YOUR NEEDS.

SOCK ROCKERZ CONCERT AND PIZZA PARTY

 

 

What a great show!  Thank you Natalie and Ella for visiting Morristown - it was certainly a pleasure to have you here.  I had so much fun and I think the rest of the 50 in attendance did as well.

 Thank you to everyone who came and helped make this special show the great success that it was, especially Board President Maggie Whalen for picking up the 15 pizzas and drinks!

MAD SCIENTIST DISCOVERS WEIGHT OF AIR

 

Does air have weight?  This scientist proved "yes" with four balloons, a dowel and a heavy base.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What changes the size of a balloon?  Why is it important to mark the center of the dowel?  Get your questions answered TODAY at your library!

PLEIN AIR COMMITTEE IS FINALIZING PLANS

Kathleen Kelly, Carolyn Noble, Melanie Connor, Michele Whalen, Bridget Whalen-Nevin, Jane Fernandes, Barbara Whitman and Gail Zeek.  Photo by Bruce Dana Photography.

 

 

 

 

 

Just look at this fabulously energetic, intelligent and SMILING group.  Plein Air is guaranteed to be even better this year!  For detailed information about how to win one of the 43 amazing door prizes or attending any of the daily social activities use the drop down menu above "PLEIN AIR 2014".

BUTTERFLY RELEASE

 

 

How fun!  There were enough butterflies for each of us to have our own to release.  Some flew immediately, some lingered in their packages and others hung out with their new BFFs.  It was a magical afternoon - thank you to everyone for your patience.

WHO LIKES EXTRA SUGAR IN THIER SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS? WE DO!

The ice cream was a lot of work, but didn't it taste great? 

 

I hope to see you all next Tuesday for more Summer Reading FUN!

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