Looking for a place where you can socialize with other homeschool parents while providing a safe place for your elementary school student to explore? Come visit the Goose Creek Library as homeschool students K5-5th explore a monthly theme through crafts, STEM-based activities, and other educational opportunities. Themes will be announced on a monthly basis and registration is strongly suggested.
Join us and research experts at a genealogy workshop. Learn more about free family history research resources available from the Berkeley County Library System, DAR, and SAR. Research experts attending the event will include BCLS’s Oral History and Digital Projects Librarian along with a representative from the LDS Church Family Search and others. While you are there, you can tour the park and visit the Berkeley County Museum and Heritage Center.
For free admission into the Park and to reserve a 20-minute one-on-one session with a research expert, please preregister online at berkeleylibrarysc.org/tapping Walk-ins are welcome but may have to pay gate admissions to the park ($3 / person). We will have computers available to use on a first-come, first-served basis but we highly recommend attendees bring their own device.
Things are brewing up at the Hanahan Laboratory and we need some extra hands to make STEM projects go as planned. We are looking for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders who can help us tackle any science tasks that may get asked of us! No need to be a science buff to help us out, instead just someone willing to have fun!