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See a Felt Plush Monster Come to Life Right Before Your Eyes

Will we see you at our Felt Plush Monster kids’ workshop on July 21? You’ll get to use laser-cut felt parts, hand stitching, and machine sewing to create your own terrific tiny creature. At the end of this workshop, you’ll … Continue reading

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Save the Date! Summer Camps at Maker Works: July 18 – 22, 2016

We’ve been working hard to put together a group of fun, innovative summer camps that we just know you and your camper are going to love. Each session is a half-day (three-hour) workshop that will be held in either the … Continue reading

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Member Project: Giant Spirograph by Steve Teeri

When Steve Teeri first saw an eight-foot diameter sidewalk chalk spirograph online, he knew he had to try making one himself. While the original design had been printed onto a large piece of paper, glued onto plywood, and then cut out … Continue reading

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Mid-Winter Break Science & Technology Camp, Powered by BrainMonkeys

Robots, Legos, electronics and more! This camp offers participants a taste of everything that Brain Monkeys has to offer.  During this week-long session, students will build and battle sumo robots, learn basic electronics using conductive ink and LEDs, and even … Continue reading

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Woodworking Basics with BrainMonkeys

Jan 29; Feb 5, 12, 19, 26; Mar 5, 12, 19, 26; April 2, 23, 30; May 7, 14 4:30-5:30pm Students in grades 6-12 will explore hand tools and learn how to use a drill, saw, hammer, planes, and screw … Continue reading

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