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  • Jan 22

    2:30 PM - Meeting Room

    Watch your creation spin to life!

    With three simple parts you can create a homopolar motor. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated in 1821. Take this project from STEM to STEAM by designing your motor with a dancing figure, or create an optical illusion. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated by Michael Faraday in 1821.

  • Jan 22

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    January 22: Anime Fun! Watch T-rated anime and do crafts.

  • Jan 29

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    January 29: Ozobot robotics. Learn how to use these tiny, color-chasing robots.

  • Feb 1

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Watch your creation spin to life!

    With three simple parts you can create a homopolar motor. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated in 1821. Take this project from STEM to STEAM by designing your motor with a dancing figure, or create an optical illusion. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated by Michael Faraday in 1821. For ages 10+. Registration required.

  • Feb 5

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 5: DIY Taco Earbud Holder. Get crafty with this DIY organizer.

    Lettuce create and wrangle your earbuds with this tasty taco holder. With this craft we'll finally give our cords a cables a home. No longer tangled or lost, you'll be able to easily find them in your backpack, purse, locker, or bedroom.

  • Feb 5

    3:00 PM - Common Area (in front of service desk)

    Follow recipes for delicious but no-bake treats!

    Down with Cupid! Learn how to mix up gross, easy and fun, no-bake sweets that will be perfect for romantics and cynics alike. Tweens and teens will have the opportunity to decorate “I Love Brains” cookies, and mix “Puppy Chow”. Supplies Limited.

  • Feb 12

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Follow recipes for delicious but no-bake treats!

    Down with Cupid! Learn how to mix up gross, easy and fun no-bake sweets that will be perfect for romantics and cynics alike. Tweens and teens will have the opportunity to decorate "I Love Brains" cookies, and mix "Puppy Chow." Supplies limited.

  • Feb 12

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Must be opened immediately!

    Create your own origami howler and recreate the magical letters used in the wizarding world. Howlers appeared numerous times throughout the Harry Potter series, the first is set to Ron by his mother in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" in response to Ron and Harry using the Weasley's flying car to get to Hogwarts. Put your own spin on Valentine's with these typically unfortunate letters.

  • Feb 12

    3:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 12: Emoji Valentines. Heart eyes and winky faces for your friends and loved ones.

    Create paper valentines that look like popular emoji characters, or come up with your own design. All supplies provided, but you'll need to write your own Valentine greeting!

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  • Jan 22

    2:30 PM - Meeting Room

    Watch your creation spin to life!

    With three simple parts you can create a homopolar motor. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated in 1821. Take this project from STEM to STEAM by designing your motor with a dancing figure, or create an optical illusion. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated by Michael Faraday in 1821.

  • Jan 22

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    January 22: Anime Fun! Watch T-rated anime and do crafts.

  • Jan 29

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    Games, DIY projects, writing; something different each week! Open to all middle and high school students. Our Tinker Cart with assorted supplies will always be available in addition to the week's planned activity.

    January 29: Ozobot robotics. Learn how to use these tiny, color-chasing robots.

  • Feb 1

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Watch your creation spin to life!

    With three simple parts you can create a homopolar motor. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated in 1821. Take this project from STEM to STEAM by designing your motor with a dancing figure, or create an optical illusion. The simplest motor out there, homopolar motors were first built and demonstrated by Michael Faraday in 1821. For ages 10+. Registration required.

  • Feb 5

    3:00 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 5: DIY Taco Earbud Holder. Get crafty with this DIY organizer.

    Lettuce create and wrangle your earbuds with this tasty taco holder. With this craft we'll finally give our cords a cables a home. No longer tangled or lost, you'll be able to easily find them in your backpack, purse, locker, or bedroom.

  • Feb 5

    3:00 PM - Common Area (in front of service desk)

    Follow recipes for delicious but no-bake treats!

    Down with Cupid! Learn how to mix up gross, easy and fun, no-bake sweets that will be perfect for romantics and cynics alike. Tweens and teens will have the opportunity to decorate “I Love Brains” cookies, and mix “Puppy Chow”. Supplies Limited.

  • Feb 12

    2:00 PM - Multi-Purpose Room

    Follow recipes for delicious but no-bake treats!

    Down with Cupid! Learn how to mix up gross, easy and fun no-bake sweets that will be perfect for romantics and cynics alike. Tweens and teens will have the opportunity to decorate "I Love Brains" cookies, and mix "Puppy Chow." Supplies limited.

  • Feb 12

    2:00 PM - Meeting Room

    Must be opened immediately!

    Create your own origami howler and recreate the magical letters used in the wizarding world. Howlers appeared numerous times throughout the Harry Potter series, the first is set to Ron by his mother in "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" in response to Ron and Harry using the Weasley's flying car to get to Hogwarts. Put your own spin on Valentine's with these typically unfortunate letters.

  • Feb 12

    3:30 PM - Meyer Classroom

    February 12: Emoji Valentines. Heart eyes and winky faces for your friends and loved ones.

    Create paper valentines that look like popular emoji characters, or come up with your own design. All supplies provided, but you'll need to write your own Valentine greeting!


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