Lam Research Foundation
Science at the Library

 Math Science Nucleus
2015-16

Fremont Main Library
 
Fukaya Room. Stevenson Ave and Paseo Padre

There are 4 activities at each presentation after a show presentation. Parents work with their children to learn about science.  Recommended  for elementary age children. Families are encouraged to attend.  Limited seating.  Funding provided by Lam Research Foundation and free.
register for each event for reminder
, you do not need to bring ticket

Oct 6, 2015 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Tree Hunting in Fremont
The California Nursery Company in Niles, was the largest nursery in the west coast in the 1920's-30's.  We will take a tree hunt and learn many of the trees that we still find in Fremont through hands on activities.  Learn about how you can take a tour of trees at the California Nursery Historical Park.
Reading: Colors of Fall
Dec 8, 2015 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Wizard of Electricity
Ken Miller, the self proclaimed Wizard of Electricity will delight our audience with the crackling sounds of electricity.  Demonstration will be followed with four activities to reinforce the principals.
Reading: Electricity, Night without Light
Jan 19, 2016 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Minerals: Shiny and Bright
Minerals are important to our society.  They are needed to produce many products.  Learn how they are pretty but also important through 4 activities.
Reading: Gems
Feb 16, 2016 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Fremont in the Ice Age
The Ice Age is defined in North American from the fossils found in Irvington.  New fossils found in the Warm Springs district bring more information of how the large mammals in Fremont disappeared.  Activities will include making headbands, footprints, and more.
Reading: Mammoth Mary
Apr 19, 2016 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Volcanoes and Earthquakes
Volcanoes and earthquakes help geologists determine the plate boundaries.  Learn why we have earthquakes and no volcanoes.  Activities help children understand these earthly creations.
Reading: The Fiery Slopes of Mt Etna
May 17, 2016 Tues
7-7:45 pm
Space - Looking up to the Stars
Our Universe are full of stars in differnt patterns.  Learn what these patterns mean and are they really the same patterns on different parts of our solar system.
Reading: Constellations, Bear and the Baby

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