LEONIA, N.J. -- The Leonia Library will have the grand opening of its “Makerspace” program Saturday, Sept. 26.
The free session from 2-4 p.m. is an introduction to the library’s ongoing “Makerspace,” which will offer open space for students and families, as well as the STEAM program for kids and teens.
“Makerspace” is a workshop place where people can explore, experience and create with unique tools and equipment focusing on STEM (S-cience, T-echnology, E-ngineering, M-ath) related learning in science, technology, engineering, arts, math and more. "STEAM" adds arts to the equation.
Tools provided will include a Replicator 5th Generation 3D printer, modeling, laptops and tools, snap circuits, kits, coding, button makers and sewing machines.
Refreshments, balloons, and raffle prizes will be given out at the grand opening. The Leonia Library is at 227 Fort Lee Road. For more information, click here .
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