Summer reading on stage magic show at the Library

JACKSON Wyo.– Young scientists can find inspiration beyond books at the Teton County Library, thanks to an upcoming program and a new mini-collection from the Department of Youth Services.

A Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) magic show will take place at the library, this Saturday, July 30 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Ordway Auditorium. Complimentary tickets will be available at the youth desk 30 minutes before showtimes.

“We call Paul Brewer ‘our favorite magician,’ not only because kids love his interactive showmanship and sense of humor, but also because he’s always adding new tricks and creating new themes for his shows. “, says Beth Holmes, coordinator of the library’s youth program. . “STEM on Stage is the latest example.”

Youth Services has also added a mini-collection of seven different STEAM kits for kids to check out and take home. Each kit is designed to inspire kids to DIY, with themes like “Machines and Gear”, “Robotics and Coding” and even music and kindergarten readiness. The kit catalog can be found by visiting tclib.org/STEAM.

You can find the Teton County Library at www.tclib.org, call us at 307-733-2164, or visit us at 125 Virginian Lane, Jackson, WY, and 50 Alta School Road, Alta, WY.

Toby Koekkoek is a community news reporter and recent resident of Teton Valley. He enjoys writing about community events in our area and the influential people who make up the culture of this unique mountain town. He loves deep powder and deep thoughts, skateboarding, racquet sports, biking and music. Toby is also a freeride ski coach for the Jackson Hole Ski Club and hosts skateboard camps in the summer.

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