Have you ever dreamed of discovering the Triforce in a ruined castle, or defending your garden from hordes of voracious zombies? Now you can! Use tried-and-true game design principles to translate the biggest and best video games from screen to library so that we can play them together in real life.
Use the real tools and techniques that paranormal researchers employ to observe, study and fake ghostly visitations. Record EVP’s (electronic voice phenomena) and analyze your results for messages from beyond. Then, use a variety of analog and digital trickery to make your own spirit photographs. Best for tween and teens.
Have fun with mini-motors while designing your own dancing bot from scratch. Make a circuit, solder and create with scientists from Eurekus! Best for tween and teens.
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.
What – and who – is necessary to make a good video game? In this monthly series, learn all about the principles of game design. Then, bring those ideas to digital life through a variety of illustration, coding, and storytelling activities. Best for tweens and teens. Space is limited; registration encouraged. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Build your own water balloon catapult and compete in challenges that will test your creation’s distance and accuracy abilities. Best for elementary and tweens.
We’re all about the do-it-yourself mentality, and in this new series we’ll equip and empower you to take on your own projects! To kick off this new program we’ll be cross-stitching our own pixel art characters, so bring your creativity and join us for a fabulous time! All materials will be provided. Best for upper elementary, tween and teens.
Can you survive the LEGO Disaster Mountain challenge? Put your building skills to the test when you work as a team to keep a LEGO mini-figure alive in a simulated Colorado wilderness. Best for elementary and tweens.
Spread some sunshine by creating wildflower seed bombs, crafting a pet rock and assembling a pocket-sized nature collection to carry with you everywhere you go. Best for elementary and tweens.