Super charge your mind power at Isaac Libraries during Science Week
Take a brain break with Isaac Libraries and reflect on science in your world from this Monday.
National Science Week is Australia’s annual opportunity to discuss the hot topics, do science and celebrate its cultural and economic impact on society.
Mayor Anne Baker said science touches every aspects of our lives and encouraged people of all ages to take part in Isaac Libraries’ activities.
“Whether it’s smartphones to the technologies that enable us to explore the world around us,” she said.
“We’re also driven to innovation in our fast-changing global economy.”
Open your mind to Brain Break sessions with free morning or afternoon teas in Clermont, Nebo, Middlemount, Dysart, St Lawrence, Glenden and Moranbah.
Brain Break is a great opportunity for adults in our community to get involved in National Science Week.
Mums and bubs can experiment with a novel adventure at Story Time and school-aged children can discover Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) sessions.
First held in 1997, National Science Week has become one of Australia’s largest festivals. Last year saw a staggering 1.2 million people participate in over 2100 events and activities.
Visit www.isaac.qld.gov.au/library-arts-culture or call Council’s 24/7 Customer Service Centre on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227) to book your spot at these National Science Week activities at Isaac Libraries.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Isaac Regional Council PR & Media Officer (07) 4846 3550 or 0428 038 917
10 August 2018