The Altadena Library is partnering with NASA this March for National Women’s History Month, whose theme for 2013 is “Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination: Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.”
The Altadena Library will host the “NASAScience4Girls and Their Families*” program with the help of a NASA’s Discovery Program on March 19 at 3:30pm. The library is partnering with NASA thanks to its ongoing commitment to provide science programming to the local community. The program will explore the marvels of the solar system and celebrate the contributions women have made to science.
“We are thrilled to be collaborating with Shari Asplund of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on this unique program that will help instill confidence in the girls in our community,” said Youth Services Librarian Cassandra Stearns.
For details, please visit www.altadenalibrary.org or contact the Youth Services Department at 626-798-0833 ext. 108.
The award winning Main Library is located at 600 E. Mariposa Street. The address of the Bob Lucas Memorial Branch Library is 2659 North Lincoln Avenue. The libraries offer many services including programs for children, teens and adults, literacy classes, passports, public computers and wireless access. To find out more call 626-798-0833 for the main, 626-798-8338 for the branch, or visit the library’s website at http://altadenalibrary.org.
* NASAScience4Girls and Their Families is a pilot collaboration among NASA-funded science education and public outreach programs. This year, the program expands from the Astro4Girls 2012 collaboration of NASA-funded Astrophysics education and public outreach programs and the American Library Association.