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Virtual STEAM Curiosity: Construct a Skeleton

Image of head with science related objects floating in a thought bubble inside
Kids aged 8-12 who are interested in science, technology, engineering, art, and math are invited to join us and explore various STEAM topics. First, kids will be introduced to a topic and all the supporting ideas behind it. From there, participants will be given a problem and challenged to engineer a solution or create an example. Challenging, unusual and different, these programs are a great way to exercise the brain in the funnest way possible.

Construct a Skeleton: Registration begins on 09/24. Registration ends on 10/21.

An email will be sent after 10/21 to arrange for a program kit pickup at the library. The program Zoom link will be emailed 24 hours prior to the program. 

Upcoming sessions

Thursday, October 29 - 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Online Construct a Skeleton Register
Saturday, November 21 - 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Online The Brain

Experience To Go Kits are created to help you pursue your best life and try something new. The Summer STEM Kit includes My Book of Rocks and Minerals, activity sheets, ping pong ball, dull nail, compass, litmus paper, magnifying glass, chalk, pipette, balloons, measuring tape, and a dry erase marker. Can't make it in to check out the kit? Try one of the below suggestions to help you get your fix! 

Local Science Fix

CPL STEM Programming

CPL currently hosts two regular STEM programs and has other opportunities for science fun with the library. Visit our program calendar for a full list of what is coming up.

Free or reduced rates to science-themed attractions

By using your library card, you can get free admission or reduced rates to tons of science-y places this summer. Find out more by visiting our community offerings page

 

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