On July 16th, 1969 three men made history by being the first men to be launched into space and successfully land on the moon. Join NASA Ambassador Chris Thompson and the Mountain View Regional Library as we celebrate the 50th
Fifty years ago, Neil Armstrong, Commander of the Apollo 11, was the first person to walk on the moon. In honor of this momentous event, NASA Solar System Ambassador Chris Thompson will provide a quick history of the Apollo program,
Get ready for an out-of-this-world iPad scavenger hunt for TWEENS ONLY! Using provided iPads, tweens will investigate the world around them while completing the activities included in this adventurous and fun scavenger hunt. We offer this program to TWEENS ONLY!
Join us at the Gritters Library on Tuesday, June 20th for an “out of this world” observatory program with Ben Jenkins from the University of West Georgia. Mr. Jenkins is the Senior Lab Coordinator for the Department of Physics and
Have you ever wondered why stars seem to twinkle? This STEM/STEAM program will explore atmospheric turbulence and light refraction to discover why stars twinkle. We will also have a blast making galaxy bottles to take home our very own sparkling
This STEM/STEAM program will be all about how the craters on the moon were formed! We’ll learn about comets, asteroids and meteoroids and the role they play in the way the moon looks. We’ll do a fun experiment to see
Zoom, zoom, zoom! We’re getting ready to blast off into summer! Join us for our drop-in Space Camp! We will enjoy a variety of spaced themed activities, crafts, and much more that is perfect for astronauts-in-training of all ages! Call
The East Cobb Book Club meets the third Thursday of every month, the morning session at 11 am, and the afternoon session at 2 pm. We read a wide variety of literature, including fiction, non-fiction, classics and new releases. Every