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This summer, the Madison Public Library is launching an exciting new program at its Goodman South Madison branch: The Super Summer Science Series. This hands-on science series offers a variety of interactive experiments every Friday afternoon from June through August.

Designed to teach kids about different aspects of science while having fun, the program is open to all children but those under the age of 7 will need the assistance of a caregiver. Each week’s experiments include a unique theme, such as Elephant Toothpaste on June 14, Non-Newtonian Fluid on June 21 and Invisible Ink on June 28.

The Super Summer Science Series is perfect for kids who want to get hands-on experience with science in a fun and interactive way. From Solar Ovens on July 5 to Marshmallow Bridges on July 12 and Foil Penny Boats on July 19, there’s something for everyone in this unforgettable summer of science exploration. No registration is required to participate in this program, so come join us at Goodman South Madison Library and discover the world of science in a whole new way!

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