Science Speaks Spokane

Are your kiddos asking questions about why and how colors are created? Wondering what DNA looks like? Confused about the scientific method? These events were made for them! 

The events listed below are geared to 6-18 year olds, and presented by working research scientists from the local organization, Science Speaks Spokane! If you want to give your kids a real taste of science, join us at these four events, offered at two different locations throughout the summer.

Library staff are also offering these science-themed, fun-filled events in July and August.

Plant, Transplant – Learn how to plant and transplant flowers and veggies in this kids’ gardening workshop. 

  • Wednesday, July 12, 2pm – Shadle Park Library
  • Thursday, July 20 2pm – South Hill Library

Dinosaur Day – Join us for dinosaur themed activities and crafts. 

  • Thursday, July 13, 2pm – Hillyard Library
  • Wednesday, July 19, 2pm – Shadle Park Library

Bugs Up Close! Build a bug vacuum and document your discoveries.

  • Tuesday July 18, 2pm – Liberty Park Library
  • Wednesday August 16, 2pm – Shadle Park Library

Blast Off to the Solar System – Build a Lego rocket and craft a model of the solar system. 

  • Thursday, July 27, 2pm – Inidan Trail Library
  • Wednesday, August 9, 2pm – Shadle Park Library

Build a Bug! Learn about bugs vs. insects, and create a model of an insect to take home. 

  • Wednesday, August 2, 2pm – Shadle Park Library
  • Thursday, August 17, 2pm -South Hill Library