St. Joseph Public Library’s “Science Alive” goes virtual with month-long celebration

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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – The St. Joseph County Public Library is celebrating "Science Alive" virtually this year, with a month-long schedule of events, activities, and experiments for parents and kids to enjoy.

Beginning February 1, families can use this link to participant in the annual program at home.

The library partnered with 22 local, regional, and national science organizations to contribute to the event.

Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday in the month of February, "Science Alive" will present live virtual programs, including new and returning favorites.

Families can also pick up Grab & Go science kits at all library branches.

"Science Alive," sponsored by the University of Notre Dame, is in its 29th year, and is usually held in person over the course of one day.

The library said that even in a year full of change, its committed to showing up for the community.

“'Science Alive' is our biggest event of the year, and we knew with creativity and intention we could find a way to translate this beloved family program into a digital format,” said Chief Engagement Officer Jennifer Henecke.

For more information on the event, including its schedule, visit the library’s website.

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