Looking for something to do on Saturday? Come to the Brooklyn Branch for the 2012 science and reading workshop presented by the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History. This year's topic is Vital Signs: How Health Works; learn about your body works from allergies to excercise. In week 1 participants will learn about how you work: what are you made of and what do your vital signs mean?. In week 2, participants will learn about germs and parasites and finally in week 3 participants will learn about building the $6 million you or how to make the most of your health. All workshops are free and open to children ages 6-11 with a parent or adult. Call the Brooklyn branch at 592-3406 to register or for more information.