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Alberta

Airdrie

Makerspace Wednesday

Make photo magic with green screen technology, experiment with electricity with Snap Circuits and Little Bits, and code your own robots with Dash and LEGO Mindstorms! All this and more is available at Makerspace Wednesday where kids can build, connect, and explore with cool gadgets and tech.

Sept. 21st, 4-5 p.mAirdrie Public Library304 Main St. S, Airdrie, AB, T4B, 3C3More information

Tween Zone: Mad Science

A special Science Literacy Week themed Tween Zone with weird and wacky experiments! Watch what happens when chemicals collide in a Foaming Monster, when they liquefy with Bouncing Eggs, and when they EXPLODE in a soda geyser demonstration!

Sept. 23rd, 3-4 p.mAirdrie Public Library304 Main St. S, Airdrie, AB, T4B, 3C3More information

Calgary

Dynamic Dinos

Learn about the science of dinosaurs and take home a fossil footprint in this Let’s Talk Science Demonstration

Sept. 21st, 4:30 p.mCrowfoot Branch, Calgary Public Library8665 Nose Hill Drive, Calgary, AB, T3G 5T3More information

Panel discussion and pub night in partnership with The Urban Research Network.

The discussion will center around the Evidence for Democracy movement and the Smart City vision. Evidence for Democracy has mobilized the science community politically and advocates for evidence based decision-making at the policy level. The Smart City vision claims to improve quality of life through technology and information systems, allowing city officials to manage and interact with their communities and city infrastructure through monitoring and data collection. Can the smart city vision improve city management as well as quality of life? Who benefits? What are the associated risks and costs? How might the smart city vision encourage civic engagement? How will citizens and governments interact in the smart city vision?

Sept. 21st, 5-8 p.mLast Defence Lounge (UCalgary)350 MSC, 2500 University Dr. NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1N4More information

Dynamic Dinos

Learn about the science of dinosaurs and take home a fossil footprint in this Let’s Talk Science Demonstration

Sept. 22nd, 4:30 p.mNicholls Branch,Calgary Public Library1413 33 St Sw, Calgary, AB, T3C 1P2More information

Dynamic Dinos

Learn about the science of dinosaurs and take home a fossil footprint in this Let’s Talk Science Demonstration

Sept. 23rd, 11 a.mJudith Umbach, Calgary Public Library6617 Centre St N, Calgary, AB, T2K 4Y5More information

Minds in Motion Girls Club

Calling all psyched about science girls in grades 2-4 and 3-5! Need something fantastic to do on your Saturdays from 9am – 12pm for Grades 2-4 and 1pm – 4pm for Grades 3-5? This is the place for you! Learn about science, engineering, and technology in a super fun, all girl environment. Instructors will lead you through several exciting sessions of hands-on projects that will leave you craving more science! Participants will get a chance to explore the University of Calgary, take part in a self directed community project and meet professionals working in the fields of science and engineering!!

Sept. 24th, 9-12 & 1-4 p.mSchulich School of Engineering, Ucalgary622 Collegiate Pl NW, Calgary, AB T2N 4V8

Bounce and Roll

Balls are fun to play with and packed with lots of science to be explored! Come to the exciting workshop with Let’s Talk Science to learn about friction, gravity and elasticity

Sept. 24th, 1 p.mNicholls Branch, Calgary Public Library1413 33 St Sw, Calgary, AB, T3C 1P2More information

Crime Lab

Armed with a list of suspects and clues collected from the scene of the crime, students become forensic scientists trying to solve a mystery. Techniques used include chromatography, fingerprinting and chemical analysis.

Sept. 24th, 2 p.mQuarry Park, Calgary Public Library108 Quarry Park Road, Calgary, AB, T2C 3E7More information

Crime Lab

Armed with a list of suspects and clues collected from the scene of the crime, students become forensic scientists trying to solve a mystery. Techniques used include chromatography, fingerprinting and chemical analysis.

Sept. 25th, 1 p.mVillage Square, Calgary Public Library2623 56 St NE, Calgary, AB, T1Y 6E7More information

Edmonton

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 19th, 4 p.mCastle Downs Branch, Edmonton Public Library15379 Castle Downs Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T5X 3Y7More information

Young engineers

Team up with real engineers from e2 Young Engineers to explore science, technology, engineering, and math using Lego Robotics.

Sept. 19th, 5:45 p.mMeadows Branch, Edmonton Public Library2702 17 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6T 0X1More information

Tech time

Tech Time offers a workshop environment where participants are introduced to tutorials on a wide selection of topics in variety of formats (video, text, pictorial) that can be explored to gain knowledge and improve technology-based skills

Sept. 20th, 2 p.mStanley A Milner Branch, Edmonton Public Library7 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, AB T5J 2V4More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 20th, 4 p.mClaireview Branch, Edmonton Public Library3808 139 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5Y 3E7More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 20th, 4 p.mLondonderry Branch, Edmonton Public LibraryLondonderry Mall, 110 137 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5C 3C8More information

It’s a Zoo in here!

Come and visit with some animals from the Valley Zoo! You will get a chance to meet, touch, learn about, and get closer with three different animals. A Valley Zoo interpreter will be on hand to share animal artifacts and interesting facts about the animals. (Note: This program can accommodate up to 30 children maximum.)

Sept. 20th, 4 p.mAbbotsfield Branch, Edmonton Public Library3410 118 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5W 0Z4More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 20th, 4 p.mMill Woods Branch, Edmonton Public LibraryMill Woods Town Centre Mall, 2610 Hewes Way NW, Edmonton, AB T6L 0A9More information

English language learners computer class

Are you an English language learner who would also like to learn how to use a computer? This is the program for you! Join us in a relaxed setting where you can learn about computers and improve your English skills at the same time.

Sept. 20th, 6:30 p.mStanley A Milner Branch, Edmonton Public Library7 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, AB T5J 2V4More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 21st, 4 p.mMeadows Branch, Edmonton Public Library2702 17 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6T 0X1More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 21st, 4 p.mMcConachie Branch, Edmonton Public Library16607 50 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5Y 0C8More information

Tech time: computer basics

Tech Time offers a workshop environment where participants are introduced to tutorials on a wide selection of topics in variety of formats (video, text, pictorial) that can be explored to gain knowledge and improve technology-based skills. Topics for this session include: Operating systems (Windows, Mac) Internet Browsers (Explorer, Chrome, Firefox) Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) Commands, navigation, file management and folders, menu options and more… Sessions are facilitated by knowledgeable EPL staff members who will get participants started working through the available resources. They will be there to answer questions and guide self-directed learning.

Sept. 21st, 7 p.mWoodcroft Branch, Edmonton Public Library13420 114 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5M 2Y5More information

Tech time

Tech Time offers a workshop environment where participants are introduced to tutorials on a wide selection of topics in variety of formats (video, text, pictorial) that can be explored to gain knowledge and improve technology-based skills

Sept. 21st, 7:30 p.mLondonderry Branch, Edmonton Public LibraryLondonderry Mall, 110 137 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5C 3C8More information

Mad Science

We’re mad about science at the library! Come visit us here to learn about cool things in the world of science—anything from aerodynamics to static electricity to chemical reactions! Come to the library and try an experiment or two with us!

Sept. 22nd, 1:15 p.mWoodcroft Branch, Edmonton Public Library13420 114 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5M 2Y5More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 22nd, 3 p.mCalder Branch, Edmonton Public Library12522 132 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5L 3P9More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 22nd, 3:30 p.mWhitemud Crossing Branch, Edmonton Public Library4211 106 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6J 6L7More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 22nd, 3:30 p.mWest Hendry Promenade Branch, Edmonton Public Library818 Webber Greens Dr NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 4K5More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 22nd, 3:30 p.mLois Hole Branch, Edmonton Public Library17650 69 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 3X9More information

It’s a Zoo in here!

Come and visit with some animals from the Valley Zoo! You will get a chance to meet, touch, learn about, and get closer with three different animals. A Valley Zoo interpreter will be on hand to share animal artifacts and interesting facts about the animals. (Note: This program can accommodate up to 30 children maximum.)

Sept. 22nd, 3:30 p.mSprucewood Branch, Edmonton Public Library11555 95 St, Edmonton, AB T5G 1L5More information

Traumatic brain injuries: causes, diagnoses and treatment

We are excited to welcome Dr. Ibolja Cernak, M.D., Ph.D. (M.S., M.H.S.) to the Riverbend Library on Thursday, Sept. 22nd 7-8:30pm. She is a Professor and Chair, Military and Veterans’ Clinical Rehabilitation at the University of Alberta. She will be discussing traumatic brain injuries, in particular the science behind concussions.

Sept. 22nd, 7-8:30 p.mEdmonton Public Library460 Riverbend Square NW, Edmonton, AB T6R 2X2More information

A Molecule Takes a Selfie – public lecture

Dr. Paul Corkum from the University of Ottawa explains how the principles of three types of waves; light waves, water waves, and electron waves, can be combined to explain how molecules emit the fastest pulses of light (just attoseconds in duration!). Moreover, these pulses of light can be used to freeze-frame the motion of an electron moving in a atom, or even see the undulations of the waves of visible light! Register (for free) at http://gpsa-symposium-2016.eventbrite.ca

Sept. 22nd, 7-9 p.mUniversity of Alberta, CCIS 1-43011335 Saskatchewan Dr NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 2M9More information

See the Stars at U of A’s Observatory

View the stars, planets, the Moon, nebulae, and galaxies at the Observatory! Students will help you look through telescopes aimed at some of the coolest sights in the sky. If the sky is cloudy, you can look at our collection of meteorites

Sept. 22nd, 8:30-10 p.mUalberta Observatory11335 Saskatchewan Drive NW, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2M9More information

Tech time: computer basics

Tech Time offers a workshop environment where participants are introduced to tutorials on a wide selection of topics in variety of formats (video, text, pictorial) that can be explored to gain knowledge and improve technology-based skills. Topics for this session include: Operating systems (Windows, Mac) Internet Browsers (Explorer, Chrome, Firefox) Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) Commands, navigation, file management and folders, menu options and more… Sessions are facilitated by knowledgeable EPL staff members who will get participants started working through the available resources. They will be there to answer questions and guide self-directed learning.

Sept. 23rd, 10:30 a.mCapilano Branch, Edmonton Public Library5615 200 Capilano Mall, 101 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6A 3Z7More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Minecraft, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. You’re invited to hang out, bring friends, try things and make stuff at this drop-in program.

Sept. 23rd, 4 p.mHighlands Branch, Edmonton Public Library6710 118 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5B 0P3More information

Explore the Night Sky at the RASC Observatory at Telus World of Science Edmonton

View the sun, moon, stars, and planets through our high quality telescopes. Explore the sky with the assistance of volunteers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Edmonton Centre. There is no admission charge to visit the observatory.

Sept. 23rd, 7-10 p.mRASC Observatory at Telus World of Science 11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

See the Stars at U of A’s Observatory

View the stars, planets, the Moon, nebulae, and galaxies at the Observatory! Students will help you look through telescopes aimed at some of the coolest sights in the sky. If the sky is cloudy, you can look at our collection of meteorites

Sept. 23rd, 8:30-10 p.mUalberta Observatory11335 Saskatchewan Drive NW, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2M9More information

Rocket Science Saturday

Join us in the Science Garage for a Build n Go workshop where you can build your very own rocket. Build times are 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm. Weather permitting, launches will happen at 12pm and 3pm.

Sept. 24th, 10-12 p.mTelus World of Science11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Read, Code, Play!

Learning computer coding concepts at an early age is an excellent way to introduce problem-solving, collaboration and creativity skills. Join us for activities that introduce preschoolers to vocabulary and popular concepts commonly used in coding such as commands, patterns and sequences. Activities such as stories, rhymes and songs are part of this program and computer screens are off

Sept. 24th, 10:30 a.mMill Woods Branch, Edmonton Public LibraryMill Woods Town Centre Mall, 2610 Hewes Way NW, Edmonton, AB T6L 0A9More information

See the Sun at U of A’s Observatory

View the Sun through the Observatory’s safe solar filtered telescopes! Every day the Sun looks different, and you may see sunspots, filaments, and/or prominences. Visits to the Observatory are free, and all members of the public are welcome! We are located on the West end of the 5th floor of the Centennial Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences building at the University of Alberta.

Sept. 24th, 12-2 p.mUalberta Observatory11335 Saskatchewan Drive NW, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2M9More information

Culinary Chemistry Demo

Now we’re cooking! Discover your food like never before in this demonstration, where you just might be called upon to use your taste buds.

Sept. 24th, 1 p.mTelus World of Science11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Rocket Science Saturday

Join us in the Science Garage for a Build n Go workshop where you can build your very own rocket. Build times are 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm. Weather permitting, launches will happen at 12pm and 3pm.

Sept. 24th, 1 -3 p.mTelus World of Science11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Solar Observing at RASC Observatory at Telus World of Science Edmonton

View the sun, moon, stars, and planets through our high quality telescopes. Explore the sky with the assistance of volunteers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Edmonton Centre. There is no admission charge to visit the observatory.

Sept. 24th, 1-4 p.mRASC Observatory at Telus World of Science 11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 24th 2 p.mClaireview Branch, Edmonton Public Library3808 139 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5Y 3E7More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 24th 2 p.mStrathcona Branch, Edmonton Public Library8331 104 St, Edmonton, AB T6E 4E9More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 24th 2 p.mIdylwylde Branch, Edmonton Public Library8310 88 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6C 1L1More information

Lego Robotics Club

This passport-style Lego club will guide you through a series of lessons and challenges to program Lego Mindstorm robots. The first 20 minutes of this Lego Club will include a live demo of how to program your robot and then EPL staff, software and laptops will be available to help you complete tutorials. Each week is a new passport challenge!

Sept. 24th, 2:30 p.mMill Woods Branch, Edmonton Public LibraryMill Woods Town Centre Mall, 2610 Hewes Way NW, Edmonton, AB T6L 0A9More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 24th, 2:30 p.mJasper Place, Edmonton Public Library9010 156 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5R 5X7More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 24th, 3:30 p.mMcConachie Branch, Edmonton Public Library16607 50 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5Y 0C8More information

Explore the Night Sky at the RASC Observatory at Telus World of Science Edmonton

View the sun, moon, stars, and planets through our high quality telescopes. Explore the sky with the assistance of volunteers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Edmonton Centre. There is no admission charge to visit the observatory.

Sept. 24th, 7-10 p.mRASC Observatory at Telus World of Science 11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Free Admission Day!

It’s Red Panda­monium at the Edmonton Valley Zoo!!! Once again, this Sept. 27th, the City of Edmonton’s Free Admission Day will be at the Edmonton Valley Zoo! This is the perfect opportunity to come and visit the Edmonton Valley Zoo and celebrate International Red Panda Day! Come “Get Closer” and witness amazing animal talks, get your hands busy with some awesome science experiments, and learn all about Red Panda’s!

Sept. 25th, 10-5 p.mEdmonton Valley Zoo13315 Buena Vista Road (87th Avenue) PO Box 2359 Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2R7More information

Culinary Chemistry Demo

Now we’re cooking! Discover your food like never before in this demonstration, where you just might be called upon to use your taste buds.

Sept. 25th, 1 p.mTelus World of Science11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Solar Observing at RASC Observatory at Telus World of Science Edmonton

View the sun, moon, stars, and planets through our high quality telescopes. Explore the sky with the assistance of volunteers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Edmonton Centre. There is no admission charge to visit the observatory.

Sept. 25th, 1-4 p.mRASC Observatory at Telus World of Science 11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Evil genius Club

Robot battles, Arduino hacks, DIY music, art, Raspberry Pi shenanigans, photography, 3-D design and printing are just the beginning for this club of maniacal makers. Join us for a special Evil Genius Club series on Sunday afternoons in Sept. and October and work with students from the University of Alberta on some truly epic projects

Sept. 25th, 1:30 p.mStanley A Milner Branch, Edmonton Public Library7 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, AB T5J 2V4More information

English language learners computer class

Are you an English language learner who would also like to learn how to use a computer? This is the program for you! Join us in a relaxed setting where you can learn about computers and improve your English skills at the same time.

Sept. 25th, 2 p.mMill Woods Branch, Edmonton Public LibraryMill Woods Town Centre Mall, 2610 Hewes Way NW, Edmonton, AB T6L 0A9More information

Pop-up Makerspace

Join us as we unleash cool technologies like littleBits, Arduino, Lego robotics and more into the library. This drop-in program invites you to explore, experiment, and create – no previous experience needed!

Sept. 25th, 2 p.mLondonderry Branch, Edmonton Public LibraryLondonderry Mall, 110 137 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5C 3C8More information

Sunday Computer Club

Come learn and practice basic computer skills in a supportive environment. There will be a new topic of focus each week.

Sept. 25th, 2 p.mStanley A Milner Branch, Edmonton Public Library7 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton, AB T5J 2V4More information

Explore the Night Sky at the RASC Observatory at Telus World of Science Edmonton

View the sun, moon, stars, and planets through our high quality telescopes. Explore the sky with the assistance of volunteers from the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (RASC) Edmonton Centre. There is no admission charge to visit the observatory.

Sept. 25th, 7-10 p.mRASC Observatory at Telus World of Science 11211 142 St, Edmonton, AB T5M 4A1More information

Medicine Hat

Preschool Science

Enjoy hands on activities to ignite the inquiring young mind. Children must be accompanied by a caregiver at all times.

Sept. 20th, 10:30 a.mMedicine Hat Public Library414 1 St SE, Medicine Hat, ABMore information

Science Fair Flair

The Praxis scientific team will give your science fair projects the edge to succeed.

Sept. 20th, 7-8 p.mMedicine Hat Public Library414 1 St SE, Medicine Hat, ABMore information

Red Deer

The Hacker Lab: Game Design From Scratch

Let’s get hacking. This teen club will be kicking off Science Literacy Week by using Scratch to create our very own video games.

Sept. 17th, 1-3 p.mDawe Branch,Red Deer Public Library56 Holt St, Red Deer, AB T4N 6A6More information

Science experiments and Storytelling

Do a science experiment and connect it to a story! Ages 7 +, Under & bring an adult!

Sept. 21st, 3:30-4 p.mDawe Branch, Red Deer Public Library56 Holt St, Red Deer, AB T4N 6A6More information

Celebrate Science: ERUPTION ART!

Create your masterpiece on canvas, then add our magic ingredients and watch your art become volcanic!!

Sept. 21st, 4-5 p.mDowntown Branch, Red Deer Public Library4818 49 St, Red Deer, AB T4N 1T9More information

Science for Adults

Science Demonstrations with Fire, Explosions and Alcohol – Not Recommended for Children

Sept. 22nd, 7-8:30 p.mDowntown Branch, Red Deer Public Library4818 49 St, Red Deer, AB T4N 1T9More information

Fun Saturdays in Russian – ОчУмелые ручки -ОчУмелые ручки is a makers movement program that is super popular in Russia since the 1990s.

For all ages – fun and interactive program for Russian speaking families

Sept. 24th, 1-2 p.mDawe Branch, Red Deer Public Library56 Holt St, Red Deer, AB T4N 6A6More information

Science Saturday with Miss Frizzle

Hop on the Magic School Bus and ride down to the Timberlands Branch for an afternoon of science fun with Miss Frizzle! Ages 5 +

Sept. 24th, 2-3 p.mTimberlands Branch, Red Deer Public Library300 Timothy Dr, Red Deer, AB, T4P 0L1More information

Spruce Grove

Innovation Lab

The Innovation Lab is open regularly to the public, Monday to Saturday from 1:00 pm until 30 minutes before the Library closes. The Innovation Lab contains numerous technologies including virtual reality, digital recording software with equipment, circuit manipulation, photo and video editors, 3D printing, and more. Join us in the lab and get ideas going to help you plan, create, evaluate and inspire your next science project.

All WeekSpruce Grove Public Library35 5 Ave, Spruce Grove, AB T7X 2C4More information

Makerspaces

Drop in for our makerspace evening on Construction Engineering.

Sept. 20th, 5:30-7:30Spruce Grove Public Library35 5 Ave, Spruce Grove, AB T7X 2C4More information

Science Storytime

Preschool stories and rhymes to explore outer space.

Sept. 21st, 10:15-10:45 a.mSpruce Grove Public Library35 5 Ave, Spruce Grove, AB T7X 2C4More information

Lego Robotics Club

Drop in for a building and programming challenge. Learn how to create and program Lego Mindstorms so they are ready to perform various tasks.

Sept. 22nd, 6:30-7:30 p.mSpruce Grove Public Library35 5 Ave, Spruce Grove, AB T7X 2C4More information

Wembley

The Teeth and Diet of Modern Monitor Lizards and Extinct Meat Eating Dinosaurs

Derek Larson, Assistant Curator at the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, discusses the diet of Monitor Lizards like the Komodo Dragon and what that can tell us about the diet of meat eating dinosaurs and their close relatives, the birds, in the Cretaceous period.

Sept. 24th, 3 p.mPhilip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum9301 112 Ave, Wembley, AB T0H 3S0More information