Engineering for the Family: Electrical Engineering
Let there be light! Join us to learn about electricity and electrical engineering!
How can electricity power so many things? How is it produced and distributed?
Thomas Edison famously said “We will make electricity so cheap that only the rich will burn candles!”
Join us on Monday, July 1st at 4:00pm at the Fremont Library to find out how electricity is produced and distributed. Learn about dams, turbines and windmills, and make your own electrical circuits that light things up!
For children ages 5 and up and their parents.
Supplies and space are limited. Tickets are handed out at the Children’s Area starting 15 minutes before program starts. Due to the high demand during the summer time, we recommend that you arrive early and line up for tickets. Tickets are not guaranteed.
This program is kindly sponsored by Engineering for the Family.
Contact: Children's Information Desk (510) 745-1421 or Email: FremontChildrens@aclibrary.org
- Monday, July 1, 2019
- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
- Fukaya Room B
- Fremont Main Library
The Library is wheelchair accessible. An ASL (American Sign Language) interpreter will be provided for this program if requested at least 7 days in advance. For assistance, please contact your library or firstname.lastname@example.org. Events subject to change or cancellation without prior notice.
All Alameda County Library events are free.