History of Astronomy
Thursday, July 18, 6-8pm in the Kingsley Room
It seems that every month there’s a major discovery in astronomy. In April an image – not a simulation – of a black hole and its surrounding environment was released. There are rovers on Mars and the Moon, orbiters at Jupiter and Mars, spacecraft visiting asteroids and telescopes in space. This is really a golden age for astronomy. This talk covers the history of our understanding of the world and the sky from ancient times to today. No prior knowledge of astronomy is required – just curiosity.
Registration is required. Please call 203-262-0626 ext 130 to register.
The Secret World of Owls
Saturday, July 20, 1-2pm in the Kingsley Room
Find out what owls are really like with this presentation featuring live owls. Julie Anne Collier of Wingmasters will be bringing a variety of North American owls (all rescued & rehabilitated).
Registration required. Open to all ages 6 and up (under 12 must be accompanied by an adult, and all attendees must be able to stay quietly seated for 1 hour) Space is limited; registration required
World Championship Taekwondo
Monday, July 29 at 11 am & 12 pm in the Kingsley room
Come try a Taekwondo class with World Champion Taekwondo’s Master Youn? Learn the basics of Taekwondo while having fun with your friends.
Ages 3-5 at 11 am & Ages 6-9 at 12 pm
World Champion Taekwondo martial arts program helps children develop self confidence and self discipline while improving strength, coordination and athletic abilities. Students learn taekwondo forms, self defense, kicking and breaking techniques all in fun, action packed classes designed to achieve strong minds and strong bodies.