Large boats can weigh hundreds of thousands of tons, and yet they stay afloat. How do they do it? Little ones will investigate floating at this program in a partnership with Missouri River Relief, a nonprofit dedicated to connecting people to the Missouri River. Children will build a boat and test it and also exploring a 24-foot Missouri River Relief motorboat. Don’t miss this opportunity to have boatloads of fun in the heat of the summer!
This program is also made possible with the help of First Chance for Children, a nonprofit that provides early childhood programs and family resources.
Families with ages birth-5. Space is limited, so please register. Masks are required (for ages 3 and older) at the indoor portion of this program while community COVID levels are elevated.
Meet in Children's Program Room.
For the latest information on COVID precautions, see the library's COVID safety page.