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Discover Earth programs are sponsored by
Cheyenne Light, Fuel & Power and EchoStar

SEPTEMBER EVENTS

Thursday, September 6, 3:30-4:30pm
Weekly Mishmash–Science!

Join us for this weekly installment of teen insanity. We’ll spend a full hour hanging out, having snacks, doing experiments, having contests, playing games, and more! Here’s your chance to hang out with your friends, meet new people and learn new things. This week we’ll get a jump on Discover Earth, an upcoming exhibition ­this will be an hour-long science experiment extravaganza! (Grades 7-12, Sage Room, 2nd floor)

Saturday, September 8, 6:00-8:00pm
Discover Earth Expo

Enjoy an array of hands-on science experiments, a sneak peek at the exciting interactive Discover Earth exhibition, and a special dessert! This event requires a ticket! Space is limited to 100 people. Registration begins August 15. Call 307.634.3561 or visit the 2nd floor Ask Here desk to sign up. (Families, Cottonwood Room, 1st floor)

Sunday, September 9, 2:00-3:00pm
Tween Discover Weather Workshop–Please Sign Up

To sign up, call 307.634.3561 or visit the library’s 2nd floor Ask Here Desk. Join us for a fun science workshop that tells us crazy things about weather and lets us actually do experiments! (Grades 3-6, Storytime Room, 2nd floor)

Tuesday, September 11, 6:30-8:30pm
Discover Earth Film Series
Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking
We’re partnering with Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival to bring you some amazing wildlife and nature documentaries about our planet! This three-part series will occur again on September 25th and October 9th. Some films contain adult content and language. We provide drinks and popcorn. (Adults, Willow Room, 1st floor)

Thursday, September 13, 3:30-4:30pm
Weekly Mishmash–Discover Earth!

Join us for this weekly installment of teen insanity. We’ll spend a full hour hanging out, having snacks, doing experiments, having contests, playing games, and more! Here’s your chance to hang out with your friends, meet new people and learn new things. This week you’ll get a one-on-one look at Discover Earth, a new exhibition. Answer questions from the exhibition for a chance to win a prize! (Grades 7-12, Sage Room, 2nd floor)

Thursday, September 13, 6:30-7:45pm
Family Fun Night: Wacky Weather

Family Fun Night! You’ll learn all about weather, conduct a weather experiment, and enjoy other weather-related games and activities.  (Children & Families, Storytime Room, 2nd floor)

Saturday, September 22, 11:00am-Noon
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Preschoolers will have a blast playing games and participating in activities related to the book, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, as well as talking about weather and food! Stay after the program for a showing of the film in the same room. (Pre-K – Grade 2, Storytime Room, 2nd floor)

Tuesday, September 25, 6:30-8:30pm
Discover Earth Film Series
My Life as a Turkey
We’re partnering with Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival to bring you some amazing wildlife and nature documentaries about our planet! This is the second in a three-part series. The last film will be on October 9.  Some films contain adult content and language. We provide drinks and popcorn. (Adults, Willow Room, 1st floor)

Thursday, September 27, 3:30-4:30pm
Weekly Mishmash–Recycled Art!

Join us for this weekly installment of teen insanity. We’ll spend a full hour hanging out, having snacks, doing experiments, having contests, playing games, and more! Here’s your chance to hang out with your friends, meet new people and learn new things. Today you’ll be creating your own art with trash. Bring your own trash if you want, but we’ll have plenty to go around for you to create your masterpiece! (Grades 7-12, Sage Room, 2nd floor)

Sunday, September 30, 2:00-3:00pm
Discover Weather Workshop–Please Sign Up

To sign up, call 307.634.3561 or visit the library’s 2nd floor Ask Here Desk. Join us for a fun science workshop that tells us crazy things about weather and lets us actually do experiments! (Grades K-2, Storytime Room, 2nd floor)

 

MORE EVENTS COMING IN OCTOBER