Children in grades 3-8 are invited to discover the mysteries and uses of the Fibonacci code. This class is offered by the Weber County 4-H Club. Space is limited and registration is required. To sign up, or for more information, call 801-337-2670.
Children in grades 2-8 are invited to learn about the science behind extreme weather. Build a structure and see if it can withstand an earthquake! This class is offered by the Weber County 4-H Club. Space is limited and registration is required. To sign up, or for more information, call 801-337-2670.
Eighteen-year-old Tulip is an orphan working at the former baby-making factory Cornerstore, which employed storks to deliver babies to families until the CEO of Cornerstore decided there was more profit to be made delivering parcels instead of babies. She learns she was the last baby to have been delivered by the company, but her address beacon was broken, leaving her stork with no way of finding her family.
Still on a quest to become popular, Greg and Rowley set their sights on the school talent show. But continuous bickering with his older brother, Rodrick, could get them both grounded and banned from participating in the show.
Lying about having a summer job in order to save his summer fun, Greg tags along with Rowley to the country club and the beach, but after inadvertently calling 911, his shenanigans are found out. As a result, Greg’s father is determined to send him to a “Wilderness Weekend” and possibly to military school to sort him out!
On a yearlong quest to become popular, Greg and his best friend Rowley fail one attempt after another. Although they do not attain the popularity they crave, they do become infamous, which in junior high is almost the same thing!
Being shuffled from one foster home to another is nothing new to wise-cracking Gilly, but she meets her match with Maime Trotter, who is determined to prove to Gilly they can be a real family, if only Gilly will let her.
For ages 12-18. With FanCon just around the corner, it's time to gear up! Learn cheap and DIY cosplay options and make a piece of gear. Got your own cosplay creations? Bring them to show the group. All supplies will be provided.
Join us for this unique experience! An almost total solar eclipse (93% coverage). Learn about solar eclipses, do a solar craft, and watch the eclipse with special viewing glasses. For the whole family.
Free stories, music, and learning activities for children from infancy through five years of age. Registration is not required. Infant to 3 years and 4 to 5 years, 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Please call (801) 337-2670 for more information. Find out what we are learning about today!