Grow your own crystal overnight with this fun science experiment. Appropriate for students in grades 3-5. Supplies are limited and can be picked up at the Anythink York Street branch starting Friday, Mar 12. Appropriate for kids ages 7 to 12. No registration required.
Grab a hammer and let's explore one of the wonders of planet Earth: geodes! Each participant will get their own geode to break apart and keep. We'll learn about how geodes form and compare the hidden crystals within each rock during the live virtual gathering. Supply kits will be available for pick-up from Anythink Perl Mack beginning on Wed. Jan. 6th.
This program will be held online using GoToMeeting. A link to the event will be sent out via email to registrations. Supplies are limited, one kit per registration; online registration required.
Harry Potter’s pet owl, Hedwig, was loved by all. However, they never talked about what Hedwig did in her off time. Join us as we learn about the digestive systems of owls by dissecting actual owl pellets. Will you be able to recreate the mouse that Hedwig ate for dinner earlier this week? There’s only one way to find out! Materials will be available for pick-up at the Anythink Perl Mack branch starting on October 13th. The program will be held online using GoToMeeting. A link to the program will be sent out via email to registrants. Space is limited; registration required.
Join us for a festive fall morning as we carve-up some pumpkin-themed fun! Go on an outdoor scavenger hunt, explore pumpkin-themed books and carve your very own jack-o-lantern! Masks are required per state mandate, and physical distancing will be in place. Space is limited; registration required.
Let your inner artist soar at Anythink Perl Mack’s sidewalk chalk art festival! Each participant will be given one box of sidewalk chalk and a square of sidewalk to create their own masterpiece. Masks are encouraged, and physical distancing will be in place. Space is limited; registration required. Art will be on display all day Saturday, and all are welcome to view.
Over the past month of staying at home, my 4-year-old, Lilah, has asked me a lot of questions. We have explored dozens of animals, from the mucus of a tree frog’s foot pads to the mysterious tusk of the narwhal. Lilah has wondered why a volcano "interrupts," how rocks have sparkles, and why she can’t eat the boozy cookies I made the other night. Yes, I have even been graphically asked about how babies are made.
Roll-up those sleeves and join us for another edition of shop class at Perl Mack. This month, we’re making bird houses. Best for upper elementary ages and tweens, and all skill levels are welcome. Materials will be provided.
Come and make your own cardboard car. Then, sit-back, relax and enjoy a movie from the comfort of your own vehicle! Bring any cardboard boxes you have and we’ll provide all the rest. Bring the whole family.