Yes, you read that right – it’s a breaker space, not a maker space! Come tinker and take apart technology to learn what’s inside everyday devices and explore how different kinds of technology work.
Lightbot is an educational game for kids that introduces several principles of programming. Children will practice concepts like sequence, conditions, and loops without typing or coding.
To register, call the Henrietta Branch at 517-769-6537.
Lightbot is an education game for kids that introduces several principles of programming. Children will practice concepts like sequence, conditions, and loops without typing or coding.
To register call the Grass Lake Branch at 517-522-8211
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Drop in for an exciting STEM project! All supplies provided.
Intended for Ages 8-14.
Have you ever wondered what the inside of a computer looks like? This is a great opportunity for kids to take tech apart, explore how everyday electronics and machines are assembled, and discover how they work.
Intended for ages 5 and up.
Feeling a little destructive?
Come by the Eastern Branch for a Tech Take-Apart! We’ll be destroying old keyboards, computers, and more to discover how they all work and how to fix and improve them.
Registration required, so please call the Eastern Branch at (517) 788-4074 to save your spot.
Intended for ages 8-18.
Do you have difficulty in engaging with technology easily? Does it drive you crazy? If so, stop by Carnegie’s Computer Lab Tuesdays between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. You can sit down with one of Adult Service’s helpful staff for assistance with basic hardware and software questions, as well as word-processing help for things like resume building.
If you have a device you would like assistance with, please bring the fully-charged device with you.
Any questions? Please call or email the Adult Services Department at (517) 788-1087 or firstname.lastname@example.org