T(w)een Maker Hour

2017-03-22 3:30 pm - 2017-03-22 4:30 pm
Nederland Community Library, Colorado 72, Nederland, CO, United States Nederland Community Library, Colorado 72, Nederland, CO, United States

Interested in the world of electronics, robots, circuits and tinkering? So are we! Join us for a fun, exploratory hour playing and learning with Makey Makey kits, Sphero robots, Little Bits and more! This hour is designed for creators in 6th grade and up to expand their curiosity and knowledge of how these amazing new technologies work.

For grades 6+. No registration required.

For more information, e-mail ccooper.ncl@gmail.com or call (303)-258-1101.

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