Makerplace Family Workshops
The MakerPlace allows kids and families to bring ideas and inventions to life. We’ll help you find inspiration, learn to use cool tools like laser cutters and 3D printers, figure out how to turn a handful of electronics and wires into programmable machines, and much more.
We can make anything from robotic pets, to jewelry that senses your heartbeat, to marshmallow shooters, whatever you can dream up! Why do-it-yourself? We can do it better together. No two workshops are alike, we challenge you to design something new at each workshop. Participants are encouraged to bring a hack-able object from home for a one of a kind creation.
Family-friendly makerspace workshops, led by a Kentucky Science Center educator, at the Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana are a great opportunity to get involved in the exciting makerspace movement. Design, build, tinker, experiment and invent all sorts of gadgets and gizmos – and take your new invention home!
New to the world of making? Sign up for one of these step-by-step workshops to create something fun and introduce yourself to the Maker Movement! We’ll help you every step of the way – whether you’re soldering, sewing or laser-cutting! This is the perfect beginner’s program to learn new fabrication techniques. No experience required – just curiosity and creativity!
TIME: 1:00 – 4:00 P.M.
COST: $20 (includes admission for one child and one adult)
Nov 7 : Dec 5
For more information call (502) 560-7128 or visit kysciencecenter.org