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See Experiments With Dry Ice, Fog, Bubbles & More In Greenwich Program

The Greenwich Library is offering a children's program by Sciencetellers, which is an organization that combines storytelling and science experiments into a theatrical learning experience.
The Greenwich Library is offering a children's program by Sciencetellers, which is an organization that combines storytelling and science experiments into a theatrical learning experience. Photo Credit: Suzanne Samin

GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Library is presenting a children's science program by Sciencetellers through the tale "Dragons & Dreams" on Saturday, Feb. 6.

"Dragons & Dreams" presents a tale in a faraway world with castles, kings, an ice sorceress and an item called the Horn of Fire. Two young villagers take a daring journey to release the dragons and save the entire kingdom.

Learn all about dry ice and the shifting states of matter through the tale of "Dragons & Dreams."

This story features interactive and explosive experiments with dry ice, fog, smoke-filled bubbles, flying rockets and more.

Sciencetellers is an organization that combines storytelling and science experiments into a theatrical learning experience.

There are no tickets for this free program. Doors open at 12:45 p.m. and the program will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. It is a show for the entire family and recommended for ages 4 and up.

The Greenwich Library is at 101 West Putnam Ave. The program will be in the Cole Auditorium. For more information on the program, contact Children's Services at 203-622-7940 or click here.

For more information on Sciencetellers, click here.

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