DAYTON — What’s it like to be an astronaut? Children will learn all about it during free Astronaut Training programs this summer at many Dayton Metro Library locations. Presenters from the Armstrong Air & Space Museum lead the free programs.
“Kids will learn how astronauts train for a mission, see a real space suit up close and determine how fit they would be for space travel themselves,” said Tish Wilson, Assistant Director, Youth Services. “The programs include hands-on experiments and activities, incorporating science and technology lessons into fun, active experiences.”
The programs (some geared toward teens and tweens) take place June 6 through July 28 at the following Branch Libraries:
- East, June 6, 2008 Wyoming Street, Dayton
- Vandalia, June 21, 500 S. Dixie Drive
- Westwood, June 29, 3207 Hoover Drive, Dayton
- Northwest, June 29, 2410 Philadelphia Drive, Dayton
- Brookville, July 14, 425 Rona Parkway Drive
- Kettering-Moraine, July 14 (Christ United Methodist Church, Shroyer Road, Kettering)
- Huber Heights, July 20, 6160 Chambersburg Road
- Burkhardt, July 20, 4680 Burkhardt Avenue, Dayton
- West Carrollton, July 27, 300 E. Central Avenue
- Trotwood, July 28, 651 E. Main Street
- Wilmington-Stroop, July 28, 3980 Wilmington Pike, Kettering
Attendance at these and other Library programs counts toward Summer Challenge goals. For details, visit the Events Calendar at DaytonMetroLibrary.org for details, or call (937) 463-BOOK.
Reach the Dayton Metro Library at (937) 496-8584.
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