John Curtis Library July Children’s Programs

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

John Curtis Library July Children’s Programs

Tuesday, July 23, 4:00 p.m.
Science Tellers–Aliens: Escape From Earth
During a midnight meteor shower, something mysterious falls from the sky
toward Earth — but it’s not a shooting star. Two curious kids venture
into the forest to investigate and find themselves mixed up with a family
of visitors from another planet! Pursued by a crazy space scientist, they
must risk everything to rescue the aliens and get them back to their
spaceship — before it’s too late!
Don’t miss this action-packed and educational alien adventure using
science experiments for special effects. It’s totally out of this world!

Friday, July 26, 2:00 p.m.
Animal World Experience
Matt Gabriel will bring an assortment of his live animals. The first hour
consists of a presentation of each animal with explanations of its habits
and lifestyle. The second hour will provide the opportunity for audience
members to pet and hold some of the animals.

Both programs are funded by the Friends of the Library. Please register
from the Calendar section of the library’s website, While you are there, scroll through and see
what’s happening all summer, including weekly story times, crafts, science
and more.

For more information call 781-826-2972, extension 4, or email the
children’s librarian at

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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