Because our first date in March was so popular, we are repeating that same session! On Saturday, May 11 come join us for Electronics, Coding and More! Our event will be held at CCE’s Extension Education Center located at 479 Route 66 in Hudson NY, from 10:00AM- 12:00PM.
Our Saturday will include activities such as make and take your own Electronic Glove, Mouse Robot coding and more! This event is open to all school aged children and is a great way to get the whole family thinking about science in a fun way! So if you looking for a great educational and exciting Saturday morning with the family S.T.E.M. Saturday is the place to be. SPACE is limited to the first 12 youth to register and pay the fee.
There is $5.00 per family cost. For more information please contact Maggie at email@example.com and to register, please contact Emily Warrington at 518-828-3346. Or go to https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/STEMMay_210. Please remember come with an open and curious mind!
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