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STEM Saturdays Offer Science Projects

Participants ages 8 and up are invited to STEM Saturdays, a series of hands-on science and technology projects hosted at the Adams County Public Library. Guiding Ohio Online technology trainer Trevin Wolfe will lead science projects, computer coding classes, and STEM-related activities at each library.

November’s theme is Electricity, and projects include learning about electrical circuits by building a simple generator from DIY parts, and experimenting with how electrical circuits work by using Snap Circuits to power lights, sirens, doorbells, motion sensors, and more.

A series of upcoming events is listed below.

Please call your local library to register, as supplies are limited. To request a special date and time for a class or group, please call 937-386-0089. All ages are welcome to participate, but activities are best suited for ages 8 and up.

STEM Saturdays are sponsored in part by Guiding Ohio Online, an LSTA grant awarded to the Adams County Public Library by the State Library of Ohio.

Nov
25
Sat
STEM: Build a Generator @ Manchester Library
Nov 25 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
STEM: Build a Generator @ Manchester Library | Manchester | Ohio | United States

Ages 6 & up: Learn electrical circuits by building a simple, hand-powered generator from DIY parts! How does electricity work? Can you generate it by hand? Compare wind power, mechanical energy, and electricity. Our hand-powered generator will power a light bulb. Join Trevin for this 90-minute hands-on science project.

Call 937-549-3359 to reserve your spot, as supplies are limited.

Participants ages 8 and up are invited to STEM Saturdays, a series of hands-on science and technology projects hosted at the Adams County Public Library. Guiding Ohio Online technology trainer Trevin Wolfe will lead science projects, computer coding classes, and STEM-related activities at each library. November’s theme is Electricity, and projects include learning about electrical circuits by building a simple generator from DIY parts, and experimenting with how electrical circuits work by using Snap Circuits to power lights, sirens, doorbells, motion sensors, and more.

Please call 937-386-0089 to request a special date and time for a group to attend, or call your local library to register small groups or individuals. All ages are welcome to participate, but activities are best suited for ages 8 and up.

STEM Saturdays are sponsored in part by Guiding Ohio Online, an LSTA grant awarded to the Adams County Public Library by the State Library of Ohio.

Dec
2
Sat
STEM: Build a Generator @ West Union Library
Dec 2 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
STEM: Build a Generator @ West Union Library | West Union | Ohio | United States

Ages 6 & up: Learn electrical circuits by building a simple, hand-powered generator from DIY parts! How does electricity work? Can you generate it by hand? Compare wind power, mechanical energy, and electricity. Our hand-powered generator will power a light bulb. Join Trevin for this 90-minute hands-on science project.

Call 937-544-2591 to reserve your spot, as supplies are limited.

Participants ages 8 and up are invited to STEM Saturdays, a series of hands-on science and technology projects hosted at the Adams County Public Library. Guiding Ohio Online technology trainer Trevin Wolfe will lead science projects, computer coding classes, and STEM-related activities at each library. November’s theme is Electricity, and projects include learning about electrical circuits by building a simple generator from DIY parts, and experimenting with how electrical circuits work by using Snap Circuits to power lights, sirens, doorbells, motion sensors, and more.

Please call 937-386-0089 to request a special date and time for a group to attend, or call your local library to register small groups or individuals. All ages are welcome to participate, but activities are best suited for ages 8 and up.

STEM Saturdays are sponsored in part by Guiding Ohio Online, an LSTA grant awarded to the Adams County Public Library by the State Library of Ohio.

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