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Library treats kids to glow party

• Local science advocate approves

Children listen to a story during the Glow Party, Wednesday at the Great Bend Public Library.

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“Things that glow” was the subject Wednesday at the Great Bend Public Library, as the summer reading program continues. At Glow Parties in the morning and afternoon, kids sat under ultraviolet “black” lights that made neon colors glow as Children’s Librarian “Miss Amanda” read “The Day-Glo Brothers,” the true story of Bob and Joe Switzer’s bright ideas and brand new colors.
They learned how florescence works and wore glow necklaces while playing games and eating treats. They also made some florescent slime.
This year’s theme for the summer reading program from children through 6th grade is “Fizz ...

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