Let’s have fun at different activity stations and learn about possible UFO sightings in Colorado, design our own UFOs, look at constellations, discuss what aliens may think of human beings and learn words to the song “Purple People Eater.” Appropriate for elementary-aged kids.
Explore something new during a mySummer like no other. This year, we’ve partnered with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science to bring you new opportunities to discover worlds – from backyard ecosystems to life on Mars. Kick-start your mySummer adventure. Sign up for programs, visit with staff and more. All ages welcome.
Join a special guest from STEAMpunkEd as we check out technology from days of old. Appropriate for tweens ages 8-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.
Free your favorite superhero from a mountain of ice. Then build LEGO cars for them to make their getaway! Appropriate for kids ages 5-12. No registration is required.
Join us every Tuesday to explore science, technology, engineering, art and math. Appropriate for students in grades K-5. Space is limited; registration suggested.
· May 7: LEGO Club – Explore science, technology, engineering and math through LEGOS®.
· May 14: Discover Challenge – Explore STEAM principles to build and create.
· May 21: Barr Lake Ranger Talk – Learn about a natural facet of Barr Lake State Park.
· May 28: Who does that? – Learn about interesting careers in a fun and interactive way.
Complete minor brain surgery, create a pumping heart and practice your surgical precision on a giant board game. Appropriate for students in grades K-5. Space is limited; registration recommended.
Explore a variety of activities involving science, technology, engineering, art and math. Snapology will be joining us this month to add some engineering principles into some of your favorite fandoms. Appropriate for elementary school-aged kids and their caregivers. Space is limited; registration recommended.
- May 13 – Pokemania
- May 20 – Adventures with Star Wars
Come build and program robots in this three week robotics class using RoboRobo robots. Students will learn about infrared sensors, contact sensors, DC motors and LEDs. Program robots with coding cards and card readers – a great screen-free activity that teaches computer science in a fun and engaging way. Appropriate for students in grades K-2. Space is limited; registration required.
Can you make a standing ring out of Pringles? Appropriate for tweens ages 8-12. Space is limited; registration is recommended.