Beach Week: Tuesday 6/ 24 and Thursday 6/ 26, 6 - 7:30. Start the summer with some fun under the sun, as we learn about the science of the ocean. See the exciting science behind ocean exploration and make your own ocean in a bag to take home!
Fizz, Boom Read: Tuesday 7/1 and Thursday 7/3, 6:00-7:30. This week all about things that go boom and the science behind them. See some crazy chemistry experiments, and learn how the fireworks really work.
Natural Forces: Tuesday 7/8 and Thursday 7/10, 6:00- 7:30. On Tuesday you get to learn all about how plants grow, and you'll get to help plant the library's garden. On Thursday we have some extra special guests, the Hula Hoop Girls, who will demonstrate centripetal force with their awesome hula-hooping.
Look at the Skies: Tuesday 7/15 and Thursday 7/17, 3:00 - 5:00. Learn about outer-space and the weather from our special guest, Mr. Sabol the Science Teacher! We've got some cool weather and space activities for you, too!
CSI: Nineveh: Tuesday 7/22 and Thursday 7/24 6:00 -7:30. Become a crime Scene Investigator as we learn about forensics and take fingerprints. On Thursday, you can put that knowledge to the test and solve a crime in Nineveh Library Crime lab!
Amazing Inventions: Tuesday 7/29 and Thursday 7/31, 6:00 - 7:30. This week we learn about the incrediblee scientists that changed the world with their amazing inventions. From Leonard da Vinci to the iPad, we'll see how science shaped the world as we know it.
Do-It-Yourself Science: Tuesday 8/5, 6:00-7:30. As the last week of the Summer Reading Program, we thought we'd show you how you can continue having fun with science at home. A list of DIY experiments and take-home crafts will show that science doesn't end at school or the library -- it's everywhere!
Summer Reading Program Wrap -Up Party: Thursday 8/7. Come in on the last day of the summer program for our end of summer celebration, where we give away cool prizes and have a ton of fun.
The Summer Reading Program ends in August, but the Library is open all year around !
Open to ages 4 -12+. Pre-registration is Requested!
Please contact the Nineveh Public Library (607) 693-1858 or stop in.
deadline for pre-registration is July 5th . Registrations after deadline are welcome.
Please call the library or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Ofiices for the Town of Colesville are located in the Town Hall at 780 Welton Street, Harpursville, NY. The Town Garage is located across the street from the Town Hall.
The Town of Colesville lies in the northeast part of Broome County and is bounded on the north by Chenango County, on the east by the Town of Sanford, on the south by the Town of Windsor, and on the west by the Towns of Kirkwood and Fenton. The town was formed on April 3, 1821, from the Town of Windsor. Harpursville is the largest hamlet in the town although it is not incorporated.
Colesville derives its name from pioneer Nathaniel Cole, a revolutionary soldier. He settled here in 1795, on a hill south of Harpursville, known as Coles Hill. He built a tavern there which was in operation as early as 1800. It was the first tavern between Albany and Binghamton.
Broome County's Nathaniel Cole Park was opened in the town in 1974 and is located about two miles from the site of its namesake's tavern.