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'Discover Earth: A Century of Change'

Brayden Moellenbeck, 2, with mom Kim, both of

Brayden Moellenbeck, 2, with mom Kim, both of East Meadow, checks out the Discover Earth Exhibit, which is currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012) Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

Discover Earth: A Century of Change is a traveling interactive exhibit that touched down at East Meadow Public Library in November. The library is the only place on Long Island where the exhibit is being shown, and one of only 10 U.S. libraries to host it. Adults, teens and elementary-school children can enjoy the exhibit, which revolves around climate change, catastrophes and global warming. The exhibit runs through Feb. 2.

Sofia Sison, 2, of Salisbury Estates checks out
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Sofia Sison, 2, of Salisbury Estates checks out the Discover Earth exhibit, currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

Sofia Sison, 2, of Salisbury Estates checks out
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

Sofia Sison, 2, of Salisbury Estates checks out the Discover Earth exhibit, currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

From left: Chris Loiacono, 8, and Matthew Scotti,
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

From left: Chris Loiacono, 8, and Matthew Scotti, 10, both of East Meadow, play with the Discover Earth Exhibit, which is currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

Alex Rosenkrantz, 2, of East Meadow plays with
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

Alex Rosenkrantz, 2, of East Meadow plays with the Discover Earth exhibit, currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

Alex Rosenkrantz, 2, of East Meadow plays with
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

Alex Rosenkrantz, 2, of East Meadow plays with the Discover Earth exhibit, currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

Chris Loiacono, 8, of East Meadow, checks out
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

Chris Loiacono, 8, of East Meadow, checks out the Discover Earth Exhibit, which is currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

From left: Girl Scouts Valentina Myers, 7, Julia
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

From left: Girl Scouts Valentina Myers, 7, Julia Giraldo, 7, Victoria Saskin, 7, and Daphne Churgel, 7, all of East Meadow, take a look at the Discover Earth exhibit, currently on display at The East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit allows children to take an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

From left: Girl Scouts Valentina Myers, 7, Julia
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

From left: Girl Scouts Valentina Myers, 7, Julia Giraldo, 7, Victoria Saskin, 7, and Daphne Churgel, 7, all of East Meadow, take a look at the Discover Earth exhibit, currently on display at The East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit allows children to take an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

Brayden Moellenbeck, 2, with mom Kim, both of
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

Brayden Moellenbeck, 2, with mom Kim, both of East Meadow, checks out the Discover Earth Exhibit, which is currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

Brayden Moellenbeck, 2, with mom Kim, both of
Photo Credit: Newsday/Danielle Finkelstein

Brayden Moellenbeck, 2, with mom Kim, both of East Meadow, checks out the Discover Earth Exhibit, which is currently on display at the East Meadow Public Library. The exhibit is an interactive look at weather, climate and geography. (Dec. 13, 2012)

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