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Thursday: Science Night at the Menlo Park Library

 

Kids and adults interested in learning more about animals, the cosmos and more might check out the Menlo Park Library's third Science Night, set for Thursday, Nov. 17, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

The event will be held at the main library at 800 Alma St. in the Menlo Park Civic Center.

Activities include:

• A presentation by the SETI Institute and NASA called "Looking for ET: Where, How, and What Might we Find?"

• Stargazing with telescopes from the San Mateo County Astronomical Society

• Dry ice experiments with "Mad Science of the Bay Area"

• Animal demonstrations sponsored by Happy Hollow Park & Zoo, NorCal Bats and the Bay Area Amphibian and Reptile Society

• Bird identification games with the San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge Complex

• Indoor planetarium shows by the Chabot Space and Science Center (limited tickets)

Go to the city's website for more information.

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