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Step into Science Week – fun family experiments

Ealing Council’s library service is continuing to keep residents entertained and enthralled, despite the current Covid-19 restrictions, as part of British Science week (5-14 March).

The council’s library service has created some fun video experiments for families to follow and enjoy from Monday, 8 March 2021. They have recreated three fun and simple experiments.

Learn how water travels through celery, how water can travel upwards and find out how to turn water into all the colours of the rainbow over the course of the week. The first experiment will be available to view on the Ealing Libraries You Tube channel on Monday, and the other two will be online to watch on Wednesday and Friday.

Councillor Kamaljit Dhindsa, the council’s cabinet member for business and community services, said: “These fun experiments are a great way to get young people interested in Science, and to remind them of the services that Ealing Libraries offers. There is a choice of great events to take part in this month, including author chats and even a performance by the library choir.

“It’s important for people to know the resources are still there, even though the current government restrictions mean residents are unable to attend the libraries in person. We are looking forward to welcoming visitors back through our doors again but in the meantime, I’d encourage them to enjoy the online activities.”

You can find more information here about Ealing’s library events in March.

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