What is Danger Club?
If you love science, check out Danger Club! We’ll be doing a different, hands-on experiment or activity each month! Examples include: catapults, robot coding, rockets, and more.
Registration required, limit of 30 participants: please contact the library at 717-786-1336 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register, or use our events calendar registration system.
When does it meet?
This club will meet for 45 – 60 minutes on Saturday afternoons. Please check our events calendar for specific dates and times.
What kinds of experiments?
The experiments are pulled from teaching and parenting blogs and websites, as well as from kids’ science books.
What we did in Fall 2017:
October – Paper Airplane Tournament & “Grocery List Tug-of-War” from Junk Drawer Physics
What we did in Spring 2017:
February – We’ll be competing to build the strongest Fettuccine Bridges.
March – We’re doing some Peep Science: dissolving and exploding peeps!
April – We’re gonna learn about Pennsylvania’s animals using Wildlife Kits from the PA Department of Wildlife.
May – We’ll be Keva Architects this month, trying out a variety of challenges using Keva Planks.
Here’s what we did in Fall 2016:
October – It’s all about Halloween! If the weather’s nice, we’re going to build some Ghost Rockets, and discover what makes Pop Rocks go, “POP!” If we have time, we’re gonna do some candy chromatography.
November – It’s Nanotech November here at the library, so we’re going to get our hands dirty making Oobleck! If we have time, we’re going to make some green pennies, too.