Are you attending Maker Faire® Ottawa, taking place November 7 and 8 at the Aberdeen Pavilion at Lansdowne Park? The Ottawa Public Library will be presenting two events you won’t want to miss!
LEGO® Robotics: Sue Considine, from the Fayetteville Free Library in New York, talks about LEGO® Robotics and Girls STEM Camps, programming that has contributed to FFL’s reputation as a leader in informal, community based STEM Learning and Making.
Bridge Bot: Bridge Building Challenge: STEAM Maker, San Diego’s finest makers, host a workshop involving science, engineering, art and math. And teamwork! Each team will work together to build a bridge, made out of drinking straws and wooden connectors. Teams will be made up of four kids, 14 and under. Sign up at the OPL table to participate.
Stop by the OPL booth for more information about Ottawa’s first fully public makerspace, the Imagine Space.
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