The holidays are around the corner, and we’ll help you create some awesome homemade gifts to give to loved ones. This month we’re making scented pot holders that are sure to be a big hit!
Momofuku Ando may not be a familiar name, but his invention sure is - ramen noodle soup. This tasty and affordable meal has an interesting and delicious history that dates back to World War II. Join us as we cook up some hot ramen and learn about how this delicious meal came to be.
Hammers and nails at the library? We're doing it. In this workshop hosted by Craftsman and the Apprentice, you'll use a hammer and nails to create a 3D dot-to-dot. When you're done hammering, connect the dots using your choice of string. Appropriate for tweens and teens. All supplies provided. Space is limited; please visit our online calendar to register.
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.
Roll up your sleeves and get your hands sticky as we compete for the most creative, the most precise and the best tasting sugar sushi of the night! Learn some of the basics of the art of sushi and practice your skills with our sweet version of the Japanese dish. All ingredients will be provided. 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.
Join us for a light discussion on how Holden Boyles designed the art for his previous game projects and how it was transformed from art into a game. Space is limited; registration preferred. Please visit our online calendar to register.