KDL Kentwood Branch hosts program on human body

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Area residents can learn how the human body works through STEAM-based activities at the Kentwood (Richard L. Root) Branch, 4950 Breton Ave. SE.


The program is at 2 p.m., Thursday, April 6, and will allow participants to create models to learn how the circulatory system, skeleton and lungs function. Discover what the inside of your body looks like using a human torso model and make your own brain hat to take home. For ages 6 and older.


For more information on this program or other KDL activities, visit www.kdl.org.