Get excited for the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Summer Olympic Games by competing in the Lane Road Library Olympics! Our crazy Olympics-style games won’t be as competitive but are sure to be more ridiculous!
The Summer Astronomy Series returns to Lane this June! Faculty and staff from The Ohio State Universitys Department of Astronomy and Physics will be giving presentations on our solar system. Afterwards, there will be hands-on activities and after-hours outdoor stargazing (weather permitting). Perfect for anybody interested in astronomy or just trying to get a closer look at the moon. Open to Adults, Families, and Teens.
June 23 Dr. Don Terndrup will talk about why we have seasons (the same week as the solstice).
July 28 Dr. Jordan Hanson will talk about the planets, the New Horizons Pluto mission, and the possibility of finding more planets!
Aug. 11 Dr. Paul Martini will wrap up the series with a talk on eclipses and the upcoming solar eclipse that will be visible in the US in August, 2017.
Stop by to meet some furry friends from Therapy Dogs International and improve your reading skills by sharing stories with them. For grades K-5. No registration required.