Free STEAM for kids program scheduled

‘Secret Messages: Invisible Ink’ planned for today

PORT HADLOCK — The Jefferson County Library will host “Secret Messages: Invisible Ink” from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. today, Nov. 12.

The free online program is part of the Idea Hatch — STEAM for Kids series presented the second Thursday of each month.

Attendees will learn make heat-activated invisible ink and about ciphers from our local history.

Supplies: Paper, a Q-tip, lemon juice or baking soda and water. Pre-packaged supply kits may be picked from the library or bookmobile the week before each event.

Video of the program, along with printable instructions will be posted on the library’s website.

Pre-registration and a library card is required at jclibrary.info.

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