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Shaler North Hills library hosts science program

| Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, 1:34 a.m.
Riley Balcita, 10, of West View participates during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Riley Balcita, 10, of West View participates during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Grace Galvas works on a science project during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Grace Galvas works on a science project during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Jillian Haigh, 9, of O’Hara, works on a science project during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Jillian Haigh, 9, of O’Hara, works on a science project during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Jermy Haigh, 11, of O’Hara (left), and Isaiah Galvas, 11, of Glenshaw, conduct a science project during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Jermy Haigh, 11, of O’Hara (left), and Isaiah Galvas, 11, of Glenshaw, conduct a science project during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library Aug. 6 to 9.
Dominick Leombruno, 11, of Shaler, tries on his goggles during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library on Aug. 6 to 9.
Dominick Leombruno, 11, of Shaler, tries on his goggles during the GSK Science in the Summer program, which is put on by the Carnegie Science Center at the Shaler North Hills Library on Aug. 6 to 9.

Students entering second through sixth grade take part in a special program that makes learning about science fun. Sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline and administered by the Franklin Institute in partnership with Carnegie Science Center, the experiment-oriented courses are available at local libraries throughout the summer to expose children to the wonders of science.

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