Did you catch us at The Discovery on April 27 for Robots Rock, part of the Northern Nevada Science and Technology Festival? We chatted with about 200 attendees who visited our tables to make binary bracelets for a "coding unplugged" activity and interact with a Mindstorm EV3 EL3CTRIC GUITAR and Spike Prime robot.
If you missed this exciting event, you can explore our collection of more than 100 STEAM spark sheets for details on how to make your own binary bracelet, plus lots more STEAM activities!
Learn about and experience reptiles and amphibians up close from the Cold-Blooded Critters 4-H Herpetology Club during this two-day expo. Club members will present their own live projects and teach the public about these often misunderstood yet fascinating creatures. Registration is recommended.
This week, Neal will be joined by Carol Coleman, author of Early Reno. She will describe the activities of the Historic Reno Preservation Society and will recommend other resources for learning about Nevada history.
This week we will be working with the sublimation printer and heat press. We'll provide you with a coffee mug, coaster, or metal bookmark (limit one item per person), and you can transfer a vivid, full-color design or photograph onto it. Bring an image file (.png or .jpg) on a flash drive or your phone, and leave with a vibrant, one-of-a-kind item.