9 Wednesday / September 9, 2020

Discovery Time for ages 3-6 years – Stars

09:00 am to 09:30 am
Virtual Event
https://www.wonderlab.org

Join Sarah Lynn and Nell as we continue our theme of space. This week we will learn all about stars and constellations. After exploring these topics, we will do an activity activity with a star sensory bottle! Activities designed for ages 3-6. All welcome.

Children / Education

9 Wednesday / September 9, 2020

Science Explorations for Grades 1-6 – Pulleys

03:00 pm to 03:30 pm
Virtual Event
https://www.wonderlab.org

Join WonderLab Education Staff as we investigate simple machines and how they work to perform everyday tasks, such as lifting with less effort. We will explore the working principles of pulleys. All welcome. Activities designed for Grades 1-6.

Children / Education

9 Wednesday / September 9, 2020

Science Sprouts for children birth through age 3 – Stars

04:00 pm to 04:30 pm
Virtual Event
https://www.wonderlab.org

Join Nell and Sarah Lynn as we continue our theme of space! This week we will learn about the stars. We will explore how stars form and how they die, as well as make constellations out of gummy candy! All welcome. Activities designed for children ages 0-3 years.

Children / Education

9 Wednesday / September 9, 2020

Very Contemporary Poetry

06:30 pm to 08:30 pm on Sep 16
Zoom
https://v2.aitapps-s.iu.edu/AIT_INlighten_V1_Online/blvpue/Course/Index/986-B2BF8304-498C-4E6F-AD01-8DB828F324B4

What makes a poem? What themes and styles do current writers share? What makes a poem/poet unique? A poem is a deep dive, a conveyance of sensations, sounds, rhythms, secrets, truths, and story.

Through conversation and experiential activities, in this course we will review a variety of poets, including Naomi Shihab Nye, Jericho Brown, Tracy K. Smith, Marie Howe, Ocean Vuong, Mary Oliver, and Indiana’s own poet laureate, Adrian Matejka. Poems will be read and discussed in class.

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