Whoever said not to play with your food obviously never operated on Swedish Fish! Learn the basics of surgery and practice your operating skills with actual surgeons’ tools as we operate on a variety of candy. Best for elementary, tween and teen.
Test your engineering skills, learn new skills, battle it out and make new friends! Each participant will make their own robot, then test them out in the Battle Royale Arena – a shrinking play field. This multi-player showdown will make for nothing short of a great time! Best for upper elementary, tween and teens.
Sew your own drawstring backpack this month during DIY Hour! Whether you use it to tote your candy on Halloween or your books from class to home, this bag will come in handy and will be fabulous because you made it yourself. Best for elementary, tween and teen. All sewing abilities welcome.
Join us as we kick-off a new series geared especially for homeschool families! This month we’ll explore aerodynamics with paper rockets and airplanes! Adults are encouraged to network and share best practices, while the kids work on their 21st century and STEM skills.
Talons and skulls and wings! Oh, my!! We’re going batty for owls at Perl Mack with the help of the Museum of Natural History at the University of Colorado Boulder. Join us for a night full of interesting owl exhibits, facts and activities! Best for elementary and tweens.
Hedwig, Harry Potter’s pet owl, was loved by all, however… they never talked about what Hedwig did in his off time. Join us as we learn all about the digestive process of owls by dissecting actual owl pellets. Will you be able to recreate the mouse that Hedwig ate for dinner earlier this week?? Only one way to find out! Best for tween and teens.
Don your house colors and bring some magic to life with the Kano Wand Coding kit at Perl Mack. Work on your tech skills, meet new muggles and make some magic! Best for upper elementary, tween and teens.
CU Science Discovery presents this fun and fascinating workshop designed to teach students about animal eye structure and function. Teens will engage in a discussion about animal vision and learn about animal adaptation as it relates to vision and eye structure. By dissecting a cow’s eye, students will locate and identify the optic nerve, lens, cornea, sclera and iris. A cow eye is very similar to the eyes of all mammals including humans, and by dissecting and examining the anatomy of a preserved cow eye, participants will learn how their eyes form images of the world around them and send these images to their brains. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.