Buhl sets next set of courses
Buhl Science Center's latest series of informal science and computer courses b egins Feb. 16.
Classes including oceanography, astronomy, robotics, engineering and computers will be offered for adults, families and students ages 4 to 14.
Preschool classes include "Anchors Aweigh," exploring oceanography, "Animal Ki ngdom," examining different animal groups, and "Computers For Kids," investiga ting colorful computer software. Students in grades 4-6 are offered "Rocketry II," and students in grades 6-8 are offered "Creative Engineering," "Archaeoas tronomy," and "Spaces."
Buhl will also help adults launch a new hobby with "Backyard Astronomy," offer ed Monday evenings from Feb. 18 to March 25. Interested students should call B uhl to request a free catalog.