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STEAM Lab Programming Registration

Steam Lab LogoUpper Dublin Public Library is pleased to present a series of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math programs for individuals of all ages beginning in fall of 2015!

The UDPL STEAM Lab offers a variety of different programs and events. Some of these events, including 3D Printing Classes, are scheduled programs that require pre-registration. Other events will include Open Houses and Pop-Up programs which will be drop-in programs and will not require registration.

If a program requires registration, the registration will be completed online through the UDPL website.


 


Robot icon on the UDPL Steam Lab backgroundSTEAM Lab Saturdays (Click here for calendar view)
Saturdays
1/21, 2/18, 2/18

2:00-3:00p

Children, Teens, & Families

Join us for a hands-on technology experience! Experiment with a different kind of STEAM Lab technology each month!

No registration required.


3D Printing LogoIntro to 3D Printing for Teens (Click here for calendar view)

Thursdays
1/12, 3/9, 5/25
7-8p

6-12 grade

Interested in learning more about 3D printing? Join us for an intro session to learn about what 3D printing is and how you can use it! Create and print a personalized object!

*Objects will need to be picked up at a later date due to 3D printing speed/time*

Online Registration Required. Click here to register.

 **There are a limited number of spots for each session. Submission of your application does not guarantee a spot in the program. You will receive a confirmation email from a UDPL staff member upon receipt of your registration. **

 

The Way things work now by David Macaulay book coverMiddle School Engineering Workshop – Longwood Gardens Community Read (Click here for calendar view)

Monday
3/13
10:00-11:30a

Grades 6-8

Use engineering principles and create a working Rube Goldberg machine inspired by David Macauly’s The Way Things Work Now.

Online registration required. Click here to register.

Longwood Gardens LogoThis program is a part of Longwood Gardens Community Read 2017 – a program designed to encourage reading for pleasure and start a conversation.

 


 

r32TwCURTech Girlz @ UDPL (Click here for calendar view)

Fridays
3/10 OR 3/24
5:30-8p

Girls in Grades 6-9

Join us for an exciting coding workshop after normal library hours! Participants will gain hands-on experience using online coding software, website design principles, and Arduino microcomputers! The workshop will be offered twice on two different evenings, so pick the one that fits best with your schedule!

Online registration required. Please click here to register.

**There are a limited number of spots for each session. Submission of your application does not guarantee a spot in the program. You will receive a confirmation email from a UDPL staff member upon receipt of your registration. **

Harry Potter cauldronKids Potion & Chemistry Club (Click here for calendar view)

Tuesdays
3/21 & 3/28
4:15-5:15p

Grades 3-5

Take a Hogwarts potions class at UDPL! Guest instructors from Catalyst for Success will help you mix up chemistry magic.

Online registration required. Please click here to register.


Preschool STEAM LogoPreschool STEAM (Click here for calendar view)

Wednesdays
2/22 – 3/15
6:30-7:30p

Ages 3-5 with a parent/caregiver

Join Miss Jenn to learn about basic concepts in the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. Open-ended activities will follow a discussion of the week’s topic. Children will have a chance to explore the topic without expectations of a finished product.

Online registration required. Click here to register.


 

Intro to 3D Printing for Adults

*This program is for adults over 18 years of age.*
Learn 3D printing basics and design your own small masterpiece.

Registration required at this link.  Limit of 10 per class.

  • Wednesday, 2/1, 7-8 pm
  • Wednesday, 3/8, 7-8 pm
  • Wednesday, 5/17, 7-8 pm
  • Wednesday, 6/7, 7-8 pm

**There are a limited number of spots for each session. Submission of your application does not guarantee a spot in the program. You will receive a confirmation email from a UDPL staff member upon receipt of your registration. *


A woman altering a piece of clothingClothing Repair Class

For ages 16+. Tired of paying a tailor to fix your clothes? Repair them yourself & save money.

Sign up per class required here. Limit of 10 per class.

  • Threading a Sewing Machine, We, 2/15,  7-8 pm
  • Sewing theory & Basic Sewing Machine Operation, We, 3/1, 7-8 pm
  • Hemming Pants & Skirts, We, 3/15, 7-8 pm
  • Sewing on a button, We, 3/29, 7-8 pm
  • Repairing a Seam & Fixing Holes, We, 4/5, 7-8 pm

Fabriholics Sewing and Embroidery Group

Our Makerspace has sewing machines, rotary cutters & nice tables and we’re going to use them! Take your projects on the road and enjoy company while you sew. No registration.

  • 2nd & 4th Thursdays, 10:00-noon
  • Special dates for December: 12/8 & 12/15

These programs are made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services as administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education through the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolfe, Governor. Additional funding has been provided by the generous support of the Friends of UDPL.

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