West Point Library holds kids programs

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BY PCC STAFF

WEST POINT – The West Point Public library will be holding upcoming kids programs on the next two Wednesdays in April.

The first program, Wednesday at 2:30 p.m., the library will celebrate Earth Day looking at 60 Years of Earth Observations with NASA.  The program is open to all upper elementary-middle school students. Early elementary students can attend with parent/caregiver.  All activities will be centered around cloud observations.  Kids will learn the names of different clouds, how to make accurate observations, and participate in a Cloud Teller activity, as well as learn how to become Citizen Scientists as part of NASA’s GLOBE Observer program.  This is a program that allows you to photograph clouds and record sky observations and compare them with NASA satellite images.

Great Piggy Bank
On April 25, the library is hosting a workshop for the Great Piggy Bank Savers’ Pageant for Money Smart Week 2018, April 21-28.  Attendees will be decorating Piggy Banks in celebration of Money Smart Week (April 23-30). Pilot Grove Savings Bank will have a representative at the library to talk to kids about the importance of saving money.  Piggy banks will be on display at the library as well entered into the piggy bank statewide contest on Pinterest sponsored by JumpStart and eligible for one of three statewide prizes of $100.

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