Archive for June, 2008

Summer Science 2008

Monday, June 30th, 2008

The Science Museum of Long Island’s first day of camp was filled with excitement. Wild Safari week (N-3) and Gadgets and Gizmos week (4+) have begun, as projects, crafts, inventions and experiments take over the building. The upcoming nine weeks are sure to be packed with fun, and keep on the lookout for “camp surprises,” as we have some special events planned that will make this year’s science camp even better than last year! If you have not registered for camp, there may still be availability in select weeks, as enrollment is only for individual weeks.

- “Miss Melissa”

Harborfest 2008

Friday, June 6th, 2008

Thanks to the Port Washington-Manhasset community for visiting us at Harborfest on Sunday June1. It was great to see so many of our members and their children. We from SMLI, all had a great day and it was nice to make some new friends. Our touch tank full of horseshoe crabs from Manhasset Bay was a big hit with children and parents alike. Thanks for visiting and if you thought our tank was great you should really check out our programs at the Museum.  - Ronni Graf