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Date:
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Time:
10:30am - 11:30am
Location:
Categories:
Special Event, Summer Reading Program, Tweens

Learn about the history and science of Recorded Sound with hands-on activities related to the longest running record format in the world, vinyl records! Come record your voice to a vinyl record and build your own phonograph using nothing but a cactus needle, tape and a piece of paper. Musicians are encourage to bring an instrument to record a song to a vinyl single to take home! This program is funded by the Friends of the Public Library. For ages 9-12. Online registration required. Limited to 20 participants.

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