Seed dispersal is very important for the survival of plant species. As plants are usually immobile, they have to engage in other strategies to make sure their seeds are spread. In this class, attendees will discuss what makes some seed types more successful than others and build their own plant seed.
Please note: Some materials will be provided via our PEP home delivery service. Please confirm that your address is updated and correct on your library account.
Additional materials you will need: tape, liquid glue, and scissors
This event occurs online through Zoom. Please provide your email at registration to participate. A device with access to the internet and speakers or headsets are required. The event confirmation/reminder email will contain the Zoom link to attend. If registered for a series, you will receive a separate confirmation email and link for each day. You can also view and join virtual events through attend.ocls.info/myevents.
Recommended Audience: Kids 11+, Teens, Families
NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest. For more Big Read events go to: www.ocls.info/bigread
Registration closes 8 days before event.
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