A new program is coming to the Washington Public Library.
The Library’s new Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM, program kicks off on Monday. The program is made possibly by a grant from the Daviess County Community Foundation through the Regional Opportunity Initiative.
STEM Program Coordinator Cailey Julian explains why the Library is putting a focus on STEM.
The program is completely free to the public, and all necessary materials will be supplied for those children who attend. Each educational project will feature a STEM-connected item that children can take home to remember their learning experience. Each session is broken up by age group.
An official kick off meet and greet event will take place Monday afternoon from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. The event will offer children the chance to meet Julian, as well as take a look at the bran new STEMpiration Lab and sign up for events.
For more information on the STEM program anytime, you can contact the Washington Public Library at (812) 254-4586.