This summer, the Goodman South Madison Library is launching a new program called the Super Summer Science Series. The series offers hands-on science experiments every Friday afternoon from June to August. These experiments are designed to teach participants about different aspects of science while having fun.

The program is open to all children, but children under the age of 7 will need the help of a guardian. Participants can expect to engage in exciting experiments that promote learning in a fun and interactive way.

The dates and experiments for the Super Summer Science Series include elephant toothpaste on June 14, non-Newtonian fluids on June 21, invisible ink on June 28, solar ovens on July 5, marshmallow bridges on July 12, tin foil boats on July 19, marble racetracks on July 7 and July 26, Hydrophobic Magic Sand on August 2 and Pom Pom Poppers on August 9. Lava Lamps will be featured on August 16. No registration is required to participate in this program.

Join us at the Goodman South Madison Library for an unforgettable summer of science exploration!

By Samantha Johnson

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