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York County Libraries Offer Online Leap into Science Series

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October 22, 2020
York County Libraries will kick off a monthly Leap into Science program series at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, October 31 via Zoom.  The program is geared for children in Grades K – 5 and their families.  This month’s theme is “Fall Leaves” and will be led by Ben Olewiler, third grade teacher at the Edgar Fahs Smith STEAM Academy in York.
 
Leap into Science is a nationwide program from the Franklin Institute that integrates open-ended science activities. The program series is provided free of cost to participants, thanks to the generous support of the Anne & Philip Glatfelter III Family Foundation and the Donley Foundation.  Families interested in participating in the upcoming Leap into Science program can register for the program on the events calendar at yorklibraries.org.
 
York County Libraries include 13 libraries that provide the latest in print and electronic information, best sellers, Wi-Fi, story times, book discussions and more.  They offer digital story times, over 80,000 digital library materials for loan, 80 electronic databases, and online book discussions.  All are available for free with a York County Libraries card.  Community members without a card are invited to request one at yorklibraries.org at no cost.


CONTACT
Deb Sullivan                                                          
Community Relations Director                                      
York County Libraries                                                     
159 E. Market Street                                                      
York, PA 17401                                                                
dsullivan@yorklibraries.org                                           
(717) 849-6931      
              

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