Wednesday, 15 August 2018.
In celebration of National Science Week, the Swan Hill Library invites you to a fun film night in conjunction with SCINEMA, Australia’s Science Channel.
The documentaries range in length from one to 58 minutes and cover a range of topics including our perception of time, natural cycles of exchange between humans and animals, cultural behaviour of wild orangutans, the strange sounds of satellites in space, the people who stand between the world’s last wild population of African penguins and extinction, and mathematician Lily Serna’s belief that maths can provide the answer to life’s tough decisions.
|When:||Wednesday, 15 August 2018|
|Time:||7.00pm – 8.30pm|
|Where:||Swan Hill Regional Library|
|Who:||Ages 6 to adult
Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult
|Bookings:||Bookings not essential but preferred. Contact the library on 5036 2480.|
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