Wednesday, July 25 at 10:30am
Let Professor Steve will amaze & entertain you this summer with his collection of incredible & unusual instruments, played by both himself & sometimes members of the audience. We will learn how our ears & sound waves work, then fill our heads with beautiful sounds coming from PVC pipes, water glasses, steel rods, plastic tubing, saws & other amazing “instruments”. In addition, Professor Steve will teach all about the amazingness of the library–the place to go for fun, activities & information on how to do awesome things. Why! Because Libraries Rock!
Lots of science, lots of interaction & lots of fun for all ages.
This event is free for all ages.
Sheltered Reality drumline is visiting Otterbein again on Friday, July 27! They will be performing outside the library for all ages starting at 1pm.
Mr. Weitlauf will be here on Tuesday, July 24 at 1pm to teach us about STEM!
We’re reading “Pete the Cat and the Cool Cat Boogie,” then turning off the lights for a neon dance party! We’ll have tshirts, highlighters, and glow in the dark accessories Tuesday, July 31 11:15am Ages 3-6
Start or continue your family history search at the Otterbein Public Library! Genealogy Club will be meeting Monday, July 30 at 6pm. Free
It’s the 30th anniversary of Shark Week! On July 24th, we’ll be reading and learning about sharks, and making shark crafts! Free, no registration required 11:15am Ages 3-6
Teens! Join us on Tuesday, July 17 at 1pm to paint rocks! Free, no registration required
Learn about engineering on Monday, July 16 from Purdue’s Mechanical Engineering department at 1pm! Free All ages