Our student scientists explore science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics during hands-on, creative workshops in our Makerspace. Maker Days gives learners the opportunity to create, construct, and make something new at each session.
Maker Days is designed as a drop-off program, and as such it allows many of our home school students to interact with our educators and other students in a classroom setting. These classes are designed to engage, stimulate, encourage, and challenge young children with hands on exploration using a typical class arrangement.
First Tuesday of Each Month
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Science Tots (Ages 4-6): $20 Members/$25 Non-Members
Science Explorers (Ages 7-11): $20 Members/$25 Non-Members
August 4: Weaving
Bracelets, Key Chains and more! Spend the day learning a new skill and go home with some new treasures to share and trade.
September 1: Science of Colors
Colors surround us! Let’s take a ride on a rainbow roller coaster and explore the wonder of colors, from how they are made to how we are able to see them.
October 6: Knowing Your R’s
Reduce, reuse, & recycle are just a couple of the R’s that most of us are familiar with. On this insightful Maker Day, we will discover some other R’s that will help us make Earth a cleaner and happier planet.
November 3: Science of Baking
Baking is both a science and an art. Let’s discover what makes our favorite meals and desserts have structure and rise. These new skills might just win you some brownie points at home.
December 1: Makin’ Music
A day dedicated to music? Sounds like fun! Let’s get loud and learn about how sound works and discover the science behind musical instruments.
January 5: Sewing Up
Sew what? Sew everything! Learn this fundamental skill with us and utilize it for the rest of your life. Stitches, buttons, and patches, oh my!
February 2: Architecture
Let’s build up our engineering abilities with some hands-on architecture. Gain appreciation for the structures all around you as we break them down together--figuratively and literally!
March 2: Gardening for Pollinators
It’s spring time which means it’s a perfect time to start getting that garden ready. Let’s get our hands dirty and learn about some useful plants that will help keep our pollinators coming around all year long.
April 6: An Egg-celent Day
Ever wonder how many science experiments you can do with eggs? Today we will try to crack the case. With activities ranging from chemistry to engineering--good luck not getting scrambled!
May 4: Vehicles
It’s GO time. Let’s learn all about cars, boats, planes and more. Lets figure out how these vehicles work the fun way, by building our own!