Longwood Gardens Partnership Programs

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Delaware Natural History Museum Presents: Animal Engineers

Friday, March 10 @ 11 am

We’ll begin the program by reading Andrea Beaty’s beloved story Rosie Revere Engineer and discover that people aren’t the only creatures on the planet that can be engineers. Take a look at some live animals that you can find in your own backyard that take building to the next level!

Everyone welcome; suggested for ages 3—8. Registration required: please contact Randi Kennedy at rkennedy@quarryvillelibrary.org or 717-806-1804.

The Delaware Art Museum Presents: Rosie Revere, Engineer

Thursday, March 30 @ 11 am

Young minds will love this story of aspiring engineer Rosie as she learns, tinkers, tries, and tries again. After the story students will enjoy learning about some of the Delaware Art Museum’s sculptural pieces and experimenting with how the artists create something both beautiful and brilliant! Finally, each student will get to build and decorate their own pint-sized parachute to help a figurine fly.

Everyone welcome; suggested for ages 4–7. Registration required: please contact Randi Kennedy at rkennedy@quarryvillelibrary.org or 717-806-1804.

Rosie & FRosie Revere Engineer Book Coverriends: A Longwood Gardens Community Read Story Time

Friday, March 31 @ 10:30 am

Quarryville Library is partnering with Longwood Gardens for this special, science-based story time! We’ll be reading Rosie Revere, Engineer, this year’s Longwood Gardens Community Read, and building a cardboard city!

Participants are asked to bring one cardboard container of any kind.

Everyone welcome, best for ages 3 – 8Registration required: please contact Randi Kennedy at rkennedy@quarryvillelibrary.org or 717-806-1804 to register.

 

Find out more about the Longwood Gardens Community Read Program.