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Solar Eclipse Glasses recalled on Amazon

This is a human eye with a permanently burned retina.If you look at the eclipse without proper protection, it could soon be yours.  Are you paying attention yet?  (Picture from Oregon…See More
Tuesday
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Build a Pinhole Projector - a safe alternative to eclipse glasses

A pinhole projector is the simplest and safest way to view the eclipse, and you probably already have the materials lying around your house!  Here are some examples of various styles you can put together.Paper Plate Eclipse Viewer(Image from Nurturestore.co.uk)Materials…See More
Aug 8
Eden Ransdell posted a blog post

Safe sources for Solar Eclipse glasses

If you will be using solar eclipse glasses to view the eclipse on August 21, make sure they are real before you trust your vision with them!  Safe solar glasses should have have the ISO 12312-2 standard printed on them as well as the name of a reputable manufacturer.  Be warned that there many listings on Amazon for glasses that claim to be made in the USA by American Paper Optics, but are actually Chinese imitations.  These…See More
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Pre-Eclipse Program (Palmyra) at Palmyra Branch

July 31, 2017 from 6pm to 7pm
Join astronomer Mark Steven Williams, the Star Geezer, as he explains what you need to know to safely view the Great American Eclipse. Program will include power point presentation and outside experience with telescope and other safe solar viewing devices. Solar Eclipse glasses will be given away.See More
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What's in a vernal pool? - Nature Club recap

Last week during our river and pond program, we had the chance to look at some pond-loving minibeasts in a microscope.  Here is some of what we found:A copepod is a tiny crustacean (like crabs, lobsters, and pillbugs).  This type is called Cyclops because of its one eye.…See More
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Elizabeth Storytime at Elizabeth Branch

July 28, 2017 from 11am to 11:30am
This program is for children age birth through 6 years old. Each session lasts about 30 minutes.  Parents are expected to stay and participate.See More
May 24
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Lanesville Storytime at Lanesville Branch

July 28, 2017 from 10am to 10:45am
This program is for children age birth through 6 years old. Each session lasts about 30 minutes. Activities may include sharing books, songs, finger plays, crafts, movies or games.  Participants may be asked to bring craft materials.  Parents and children will sit on the floor.  Please advise staff if your child has special needs.  Parents are expected to stay and participate.See More
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Activity Session - Rapunzel's Tower at Main Branch

July 27, 2017 from 11am to 11:45am
Listen to Rapunzel stories and see who can build the tallest newspaper tower.Activity Sessions are for students entering second grade and older in the fall.  Sessions last about 45 minutes.See More
May 24

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Solar Eclipse Glasses recalled on Amazon

Posted on August 15, 2017 at 10:30am 0 Comments

This is a human eye with a permanently burned retina.

If you look at the eclipse without proper protection, it could soon be yours.  Are you paying attention yet?  (Picture from …

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Build a Pinhole Projector - a safe alternative to eclipse glasses

Posted on August 8, 2017 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

A pinhole projector is the simplest and safest way to view the eclipse, and you probably already have the materials lying around your house!  Here are some examples of various styles you can put together.

Paper Plate Eclipse Viewer

(Image from Nurturestore.co.uk)…

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Safe sources for Solar Eclipse glasses

Posted on August 2, 2017 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

If you will be using solar eclipse glasses to view the eclipse on August 21, make sure they are real before you trust your vision with them!  Safe solar glasses should have have the ISO 12312-2 standard printed on them as well as the name of a reputable manufacturer.  Be warned that there many listings on Amazon for glasses that claim to be made in the USA by American Paper Optics, but are actually Chinese imitations.  These…

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What's in a vernal pool? - Nature Club recap

Posted on June 12, 2017 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Last week during our river and pond program, we had the chance to look at some pond-loving minibeasts in a microscope.  Here is some of what we found:

A copepod is a tiny crustacean (like crabs, lobsters, and pillbugs).  This type is called Cyclops because of its one eye.…

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