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STEM Club at the Susquehanna Library

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The Susquehanna Library hosts STEM Club on the first Wednesday of the month at 4 p.m. Children can participate in a variety of fun, educational and hands-on activities, including building challenges, science experiments and fun with various STEM toys. No registration is required for the program in Susquehanna.

STEAM Club at the Forest City Library

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STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) pairs books and hands-on activities to encourage children to read further, ask questions and research answers. The program is made possible through generous donations received in memory of Mr. Edward E. Tourje.


Children can begin signing up for the program in individual or family sessions. Due to COVID restrictions, groups are not possible at this time. The program is designed as a 5-week program, two sessions per week. Each week will focus on one of the five aspects of STEAM. Participants will explore topics such as solar energy, microscopes and plant biology and will participate in a local community service project.


To be eligible to participate, children or a parent/guardian need to have a valid Susquehanna County Library card. For more information, call the Forest City Library at 570-785-5590 or email at

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