CLEARFIELD – The libraries in Clearfield County have partnered with the Discovery Space Children’s Science Museum in State College.
The Joseph & Elizabeth Shaw Public Library in Clearfield, Curwensville Public Library and DuBois Public Library are all pleased to announce that interested families may check out an admissions badge to Discovery Space beginning Tuesday. The pass will admit one entire family into the museum free of charge.
According to the Discovery Space Web site, the museum is an interactive children’s science museum designed to stimulate curiosity and spark imagination as children learn about the world around them. Families can learn and play together as they explore Discovery Space’s ever changing exhibits.
There are a variety of displays for children of all ages. Children can try out the latest exhibits made by Penn State’s Mechanical Engineering Design Class, visit “Dinosaur Dig,” or check out “Weather Station” and “Invention Bench.” Additionally, Discovery Space offers programs for babies and preschoolers during the week.
The museum is open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. To learn more about the museum, visit here.
One admissions badge is available for checkout from each of the three libraries. Families may utilize the pass any time during the seven-day checkout period. The PA Forward initiative, launched by the Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA) in 2012, supports the efforts of libraries across the state as leaders in community education.
The Discovery Space Children’s Science Museum pass promotes the Civic and Social literacy to the residents of Clearfield County. For more information, contact the Shaw Public Library at 814-765-3271, the Curwensville Public Library at 814-236-0355 or the DuBois Public Library at 814-371-5930.