Summer Science Club – at KPL


By: Beth von Behren on June 5, 2014 Print This Post

by Guest Blogger Chelsea Bedley

If you enjoy building things, seeing big reactions, learning about the weather from a real KMOV meteorologist, or seeing how the Titanic sunk, then come check out Kirkwood Public Library’s Summer Science Club! Our Summer Science Clubs are for kids ages 6 and up and will be held Thursday afternoons at 2 pm and Saturday mornings at 10:30 am throughout the summer. We also have many other fun programs and events for kids to attend this summer that you can check out here. Look below for our full list of Science Clubs offered.

Thursdays, 2pm

June 5: Sink and Float Titanicscience club image

June 12: Building with Paper Blocks and Gumdrops

June 19: KMOV meteorologist, Kristen Cornett

July 10: Mastodon State Park

July 17: Color Changing Craziness

July 24: Scientific Spies

Saturdays, 10:30 am

June 28: Weather Madness

July 12: Color Changing Craziness

July 26: Paper Helicopters

Chelsea BedleyChelsea Bedley is the Assistant Director of Programs and Youth Services. She is currently listening to Number the Stars by Lois Lowry. Visit your Kirkwood Public Library at 140 E. Jefferson Avenue, or call us at 821-5770. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.



Written by Beth

Beth von Behren is the Public Information Officer for the City of Kirkwood. She manages the City Website ( and writes/edits both the monthly "Eye on Kirkwood" (published on the last Friday of the month inside the "Webster-Kirkwood Times") and the every-other-weekly e-newsletter "Kirkwood Happenings." To sign up for the e-newsletter, send an email to