A science, technology, math and engineering, or STEM, exhibit for young children will be at the Pasco branch of the Mid-Columbia Libraries on Wednesday.
The UNI, a portable reading room that provides STEM-related books and hands-on activities, will be available from 2 to 6 p.m., a release said.
The exhibit is visiting communities throughout the state for the rest of the year and the Pasco event is the only one scheduled for the Mid-Columbia.
Library officials said it goes hand-in-hand with the library district's summer reading program and its science-based theme, Fizz, Boom, Read!
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The exhibit concept was developed in New York and brought to Washington last year by Thrive By Five Washington, a statewide agency focused on early learning.
The library is at 1320 W. Hopkins St.