Hosting Organization: Denville Public Library
Date: March 22, 2019
Learners Impacted: 92
On Friday, March 22nd — after the library closed to the public — the Denville Library held our second annual Family Maker Night. We had 13 science stations spread throughout the library, allowing kids to get hands-on experience with a variety of STEM-related activities. We had beading, button making, color-changing slime, oobleck, shaving cream snow, kinetic sand, electric circuits, LEGOs, Straws & Connectors, Makey Makey music with Scratch programming, serenity bottles, and giant Connect Four. Families ate pizza together and then explored the different stations. We heard lots of laughing and received so much positive feedback. We love opportunities for learning and fun, and we can’t wait to bring our patrons more STEM programming!