Photo Gallery: Science Programs at the Northland Public Library
The Carnegie Science Center presented two programs for children Aug. 7 at the Northland Public Library in McCandless.
One was “Chemical Creations Discovery Day,” for children in the third or higher grades. The other was “Growing and Shrinking,” for children in kindergarten through the second grade.
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