Minute to Win It!
Adults and teens compete in silly 60-second challenges for a chance to win prizes from local businesses:
Don’t miss out on local author talk with Gary Beyer on Wednesday, June 11 at 6:30 P.M. In January of 2008, Gary was formally diagnosed with a rare and incurable form of degenerative muscle disease called Inclusion Body Myositis (IBM).
Throughout his journey, he’s chosen to stay unrelentingly positive and shares that energy in his new book. Gary’s memoir explores the good times and the bad, his tremendous outlook on life, and his decision to not limit himself in the face of adversity. As Gary states, “If you’re someone who consistently wants hope to play an integral part in your life, than this is the book for you.” Copies will be available for purchase and book signings.
More Operation Migration! CEO and co-founder, Joe Duff, provides a more in-depth presentation for adults and teens. Hailed as the greatest species reintroduction in the history of conservation, the Whooping Crane project has been described as "the wildlife equivalent of putting a man on the moon."
Do-It-Yourself Ice Cream:
Make ice cream in a bag, top it with root beer, and enjoy Pixar short films.
Teens only! (Grade 6 & up)
Tuesday, July 8th @ 2:00 pm
Crafting with Homemade Paper - ALL AGES
Local paper enthusiast, Tanya Scwartz-Roeper, will share the latest techniques in handmade paper production and paper crafting. Make crafts with the papers you made in one of the previous papermaking workshops. Wednesday, July 2 @ 5:00 pm
** REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED **
Papermaking workshops (making paper to use at this event):