november, 2022

wed30nov10:30 AM11:30 AMIn Person: Alphabet Stem-Ice Cream10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Southeast Branch

Event Details

Registration Required! Kids ages 3-5 can join Ms. Karen at the Southeast Branch Library as we continue our very popular S.T.E.M. Storytime series.  This time, we will learn science, technology, engineering and math as we work our way through the alphabet.  Every letter includes a hands-on project to participate in or to complete with their caregiver.  Class size is limited to 15 young scientists.

This week’s letter is “I” with a ice cream theme.  Hey kids! Do you love ice cream? Learn how to make homemade ice cream that can be eaten instantly.  No churning, no shaking a bag or rolling a tin can for what seems like hours.  Just a few simple ingredients and you will have instant, super cool, frozen deliciousness in minutes.

  • This experiment uses dry ice which can cause burns.  Therefore it will be demonstration only until ice cream is ready to taste. However, kids will be able to participate in measuring and pouring to enhance their math skills and fine motor skills.  And the carbon dioxide effects are REALLY COOL to look at as we learn why this type of ice cream freezes immediately. No freezer necessary!

Please register only the number of child participants. Caregivers should not include themselves in the total number of participants when registering.

Register at


(Wednesday) 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM


Southeast Branch