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(Teresa Lemon – Daily Press)

From left, Peyton Yates, Artesia Public Library supervisor Erin Loveland, and Johnny Knorr discuss the finer points of shaping a volcano in order to predict its flow this afternoon in preparation for the next group of Zia Intermediate School sixth-graders’ visit to the library’s presentation on geology. The public is invited to attend Family Science Night from 6-8 p.m. today and receive hands-on education in the areas of natural disasters, erosion, heat and pressure, and volcanoes. The event is sponsored by Santo Petroleum, PY Foundation, Friends of the Library, and EOG Resources.