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on view January 12 - April 5

What do you look like on the inside? Can your senses fool your brain? Why does your body make so many noises? Learn the answer to these questions and many more in Magnificent Me, a fun and engaging hands-on science exhibit, helping families, children, and school groups explore systems in the human body. Using a variety of medical technologies in eighteen interactive exhibits, visitors learn about the body's muscles and bones, heart and lungs, digestive system, and brain and nerves.

Enjoy programs inspired by Magnificent Me!

Identify Your Bones:

4 PM | Jan. 26 @ Centennial Library | Ages 6-11

Build a Hand Model:

12 PM | Feb. 1 @ Centennial Library | Ages 6-11

4 PM | Feb. 1 @ Library at the Plaza (Downtown) | Ages 6-11

Wash Away Germs:

12 PM | Feb. 8 @ Library at the Plaza (Downtown) | Ages 6-11

4 PM | Feb. 8 @ Centennial Library | Ages 6-11

Exercise like an Animal:

4 PM | Feb. 15 @ Centennial Library | All Ages/Families

Build a Hand Model:

12 PM | March 11 @ Library at the Plaza (Downtown) | Ages 6-11

4 PM | March 12 @ Centennial Library | Ages 6-11

Yoga Time:

4 PM | March 13 @ Centennial Library | Ages 18 and Older

Why Do I Have Bones?

12 PM | March 14 @ Library at the Plaza (Downtown) | Ages 6-11

4 PM | March 14 @ Centennial Library | Ages 6-11

The exhibit is locally sponsored by the Helen Greathouse Charitable Trust, the Rea Charitable Trust, the MCPL Foundation, and the Carnegie Circle.

Field Trips

If you are an educator and are interested in scheduling a field trip to see the exhibit, please call the Exhibit & Program Coordinator at 432-742-7439 or complete the Field Trip Request Form (external link).


Midland County Public Library needs volunteers to monitor the exhibit area, keep visitors safe, and maintain a tidy and inviting atmosphere for children and adults to explore and learn.

This opportunity is perfect for anyone who enjoys working with children in an active environment. Students in need of Legacy hours are encouraged to sign up for weekends and after-school hours.

Volunteers who are 18 or older must undergo a background check prior to their volunteer shift. Please call (432) 742-7430 for more information.