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Aldine Discovers the Deep Sea

Boy in Deep Sea Diving GearThe Aldine Branch customers had a wonderful time as they visited with experienced diver and author, Jacqui Stanley. Mrs. Stanley covered a number of topics including what is needed to become a marine biologist, the current oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the equipment needed for deep sea exploration. She even brought her own diving equipment to share. Students also had a chance to experience what they would look like in some of that expensive gear!

 

 

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An Exciting Program Coming to Aldine Next Week

Deep Sea DiverThe Aldine Branch Library will have a special program this Tuesday called The Art of Deep Sea Exploration. This is an opportunity to learn about the sub-sea industry through a fascinating presentation celebrating the science and art behind its technology. The show will start at 1 o’clock and is geared for grades 6-12.

 

 

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The Art Cart Video Is Here!

We’ve put together a video of the Aldine teens building this year’s art cart creation, Robo Dumpty. Watch as they show off their talents. Everyone did a fantastic job!

Check back for the second part of the video. We’ll show you parade day itself. It was a lot of fun.

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Deep Sea Program Cancelled :(

Unfortunately The Art of Deep Sea Exploration program scheduled for Tuesday at 1pm has been cancelled. We are sorry for the inconvenience. The good news though is that we have added yet another event to The Summer Reading Program here at the Aldine Branch. Wednesday, July 28th at 1pm teens can come to the meeting room for a pizza making demonstration. Not only will you be able to play with some pizza dough, but pizza snacks will be served. We hope you can join us!

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Extra Programs Come to Aldine this Summer

Great news everybody! The Aldine Branch has added two more events to its Summer Reading Programming! These are some activities that you definitely won't want to miss.

On Tuesday, June 15th at 1pm come and experience The Art of Deep Sea Exploration with us. This is an opportunity to learn about the sub-sea industry through a fascinating presentation celebrating the science and art behind its technology. It should be fun.

Also, a mini magic class is planned for Friday, July 9th at 3pm. The class is meant for ages 10 and up and has an audience limit of 30. Tickets for the event will be distributed on the day of the class starting at 1pm. We'll see you there!

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