On Thursday, November 17, the Menlo Park Library will be hosting its third Science Night for adults, teens, and elementary school-aged children.
Outside the library, attendees will be able to gaze at the stars, using telescopes brought by the San Mateo County Astronomical Society. Inside will be displays and hands-on activities:
- Play a bird ID game with the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex
- Meet & learn about the creatures from Happy Hollow Park and Zoo, NorCal Bats, and BAARS: The Bay Area Amphibian and Reptile Society
- Try your hand at engineering tops with the Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo
- Explore dry ice experiments with Mad Science of the Bay Area
- Ponder with SETI Institute and NASA on the topic of “Looking for ET: Where, How and What Might We Find?”
The free event will take place from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. The Menlo Park Main Library is located at 800 Alma Street. The Menlo Park Library Science Night is funded in part by the Friends of the Menlo Park Library.
Photo courtesy of Corky Quirk of NorCal Bats who emails “this is a big brown bat, one of the bats that I will bring [to Science Night]