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Wednesday January 17, 2018
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Intro. to STEM using LEGO® (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Intro to STEM using LEGO®
Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts!  Build engineer-designed projects such as:  Trains, Helicopters, Treehouses and Beam Bridges.  Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. 
 
Thursday January 18, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW
May the forces be with you!  Explore inertia, momentum and gravity by launching race cars, spinning bike wheels and launching catapults.  Experiment with tension and compression, discover which shapes are strongest and try to make an earthquake-proof building.  Work with robots that react to coding, follow a maze of lines, pick up toys, or even listen and react to sounds, then build your own robotic hand to continue the exploration at home.  Discover the wonders of potential and kinetic energy, the mechanics of flight and many more related topics. There will be different projects from the Fall 2017 class. 
 
Monday January 22, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids (Gr. K-2) - More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids
For new and continuing art explorers!  All new projects.  Embark upon a journey through the Arctic and Antarctic regions to learn about the captivating lives of penguins, polar bears and other cold-weather creatures.In this fun, art-packed series, art explorers-equipped with a myriad of unique materials, tools and techniques-set out on an adventure across frozen tundra to discover life in and around the icy waters of the earth's Poles.  Sculpt clay turtles and paint wooden fishes.  Build sand castle lighthouses and create shimmery sea jellies out of recycled materials.  Make gyotaku fish print aprons and transform plain t-shirts into oceans teeming with creatures.  Explore the art of collage, painting, sculpting, stained glass and so much more while learning fun facts about amazing animals.  Don't miss the art-rageous fun!No class on February 19. 
 
Wednesday January 24, 2018
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Intro. to STEM using LEGO® (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Intro to STEM using LEGO®
Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts!  Build engineer-designed projects such as:  Trains, Helicopters, Treehouses and Beam Bridges.  Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. 
 
Thursday January 25, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW
May the forces be with you!  Explore inertia, momentum and gravity by launching race cars, spinning bike wheels and launching catapults.  Experiment with tension and compression, discover which shapes are strongest and try to make an earthquake-proof building.  Work with robots that react to coding, follow a maze of lines, pick up toys, or even listen and react to sounds, then build your own robotic hand to continue the exploration at home.  Discover the wonders of potential and kinetic energy, the mechanics of flight and many more related topics. There will be different projects from the Fall 2017 class. 
 
Monday January 29, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids (Gr. K-2) - More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids
For new and continuing art explorers!  All new projects.  Embark upon a journey through the Arctic and Antarctic regions to learn about the captivating lives of penguins, polar bears and other cold-weather creatures.In this fun, art-packed series, art explorers-equipped with a myriad of unique materials, tools and techniques-set out on an adventure across frozen tundra to discover life in and around the icy waters of the earth's Poles.  Sculpt clay turtles and paint wooden fishes.  Build sand castle lighthouses and create shimmery sea jellies out of recycled materials.  Make gyotaku fish print aprons and transform plain t-shirts into oceans teeming with creatures.  Explore the art of collage, painting, sculpting, stained glass and so much more while learning fun facts about amazing animals.  Don't miss the art-rageous fun!No class on February 19. 
 
Wednesday January 31, 2018
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Intro. to STEM using LEGO® (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Intro to STEM using LEGO®
Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts!  Build engineer-designed projects such as:  Trains, Helicopters, Treehouses and Beam Bridges.  Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. 
 
Thursday February 1, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW
May the forces be with you!  Explore inertia, momentum and gravity by launching race cars, spinning bike wheels and launching catapults.  Experiment with tension and compression, discover which shapes are strongest and try to make an earthquake-proof building.  Work with robots that react to coding, follow a maze of lines, pick up toys, or even listen and react to sounds, then build your own robotic hand to continue the exploration at home.  Discover the wonders of potential and kinetic energy, the mechanics of flight and many more related topics. There will be different projects from the Fall 2017 class. 
 
Monday February 5, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids (Gr. K-2) - More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids
For new and continuing art explorers!  All new projects.  Embark upon a journey through the Arctic and Antarctic regions to learn about the captivating lives of penguins, polar bears and other cold-weather creatures.In this fun, art-packed series, art explorers-equipped with a myriad of unique materials, tools and techniques-set out on an adventure across frozen tundra to discover life in and around the icy waters of the earth's Poles.  Sculpt clay turtles and paint wooden fishes.  Build sand castle lighthouses and create shimmery sea jellies out of recycled materials.  Make gyotaku fish print aprons and transform plain t-shirts into oceans teeming with creatures.  Explore the art of collage, painting, sculpting, stained glass and so much more while learning fun facts about amazing animals.  Don't miss the art-rageous fun!No class on February 19. 
 
Wednesday February 7, 2018
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Intro. to STEM using LEGO® (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Intro to STEM using LEGO®
Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts!  Build engineer-designed projects such as:  Trains, Helicopters, Treehouses and Beam Bridges.  Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. 
 
Thursday February 8, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW - Energy, Forces, Flight & Robots (Gr. K-2) - NEW
May the forces be with you!  Explore inertia, momentum and gravity by launching race cars, spinning bike wheels and launching catapults.  Experiment with tension and compression, discover which shapes are strongest and try to make an earthquake-proof building.  Work with robots that react to coding, follow a maze of lines, pick up toys, or even listen and react to sounds, then build your own robotic hand to continue the exploration at home.  Discover the wonders of potential and kinetic energy, the mechanics of flight and many more related topics. There will be different projects from the Fall 2017 class. 
 
Monday February 12, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids (Gr. K-2) - More Penguins and Polar Bears Art-ventures for Kids
For new and continuing art explorers!  All new projects.  Embark upon a journey through the Arctic and Antarctic regions to learn about the captivating lives of penguins, polar bears and other cold-weather creatures.In this fun, art-packed series, art explorers-equipped with a myriad of unique materials, tools and techniques-set out on an adventure across frozen tundra to discover life in and around the icy waters of the earth's Poles.  Sculpt clay turtles and paint wooden fishes.  Build sand castle lighthouses and create shimmery sea jellies out of recycled materials.  Make gyotaku fish print aprons and transform plain t-shirts into oceans teeming with creatures.  Explore the art of collage, painting, sculpting, stained glass and so much more while learning fun facts about amazing animals.  Don't miss the art-rageous fun!No class on February 19. 
 
Wednesday February 14, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    "Beary Loved" Teddy Bear (Gr. K-2) - NEW - "Beary Loved" Teddy Bear
Make an adorable bear and heart for your Valentine! Each participant will create their own clay bear using JumpingClay while learning about basic shapes and color mixing. All projects will be taken home the same day - just leave them out to dry for 24 hours! Beginners welcome!