Items tagged with Grade5

Tinkershops: Fiber Arts Potpourri for Grades 3-5

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Explore different fiber arts such as silk screen, weave, sew and make hand puppets. Participants will learn basic stitching and other fiber arts skills. Register online for this 4-day program; free with $30 refundable deposit required. Grades 3-5; limit 12.

For more information, contact Margaret Pastel at mpastel [at] westportlibrary [dot] org.

MakerSpace Balcony
Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

LEGO Robotics Club

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robotics Join a Robotics building club. Each month students will be given a challenge to inspire their building and programming. Grades K-5.

For further information, please contact Margaret Pastel (mpastel [at] westportlibrary [dot] org).

Register online. (Materials fee, $5)

Notes: Registration is NOT transferable. A caregiver must remain in Library during the class. 

MakerSpace Balcony

LEGO Robotics Club

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robotics Join a Robotics building club. Each month students will be given a challenge to inspire their building and programming. Grades K-5.

For further information, please contact Margaret Pastel (mpastel [at] westportlibrary [dot] org).

Register online. (Materials fee, $5)

Notes: Registration is NOT transferable. A caregiver must remain in Library during the class. 

MakerSpace Balcony

HTC Vive Virtual Reality Demo

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Try the new HTC Vive headset, a new and striking Virtual Reality experience! While Oculus Rift users are encouraged to sit down when using that hardware, the Vive promises to be more of an interactive experience that is reminiscent of Nintendo’s Wii video gaming platform. The HTC Vive allows you to move around and physically interact with your virtual environment.

Ages 8 through adult

NOTE: please check for possible cancellations on holiday weekends with westportmakes [at] gmail [dot] com

 

MakerSpace Balcony
Family, Maker Movement
Maker

Silk Screen Halloween T-Shirts

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Learn how to use Silhouette die cutting machines to quickly silkscreen prints onto fabric. These very versatile cutting machines can perform many tasks for the DIYer. In preparation for Halloween, create a Halloween themed t-shirt using your original printed images or design one in the silhouette software itself. For ages 10 years through adult; children 8-9 years ONLY with parent/guardian supervision during the class. Limit 12 participants

Instructor Kristal Fran is the current vice-president at the Fairfield County Makers Guild in Norwalk, CT. With a background in digital quality assurance and network administration, she brings art aspects to the Makers Guild.

This same program is offered on two dates:

Participants MUST bring two PLAIN t-shirts to silkscreen.

 

MakerSpace Balcony
Maker Movement
Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8
Maker

Silk Screen Halloween T-Shirts

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Learn how to use Silhouette die cutting machines to quickly silkscreen prints onto fabric. These very versatile cutting machines can perform many tasks for the DIYer. In preparation for Halloween, create a Halloween themed t-shirt using your original printed images or design one in the silhouette software itself. For ages 10 years through adult; children 8-9 years ONLY with parent/guardian supervision during the class. Limit 12 participants

Instructor Kristal Fran is the current vice-president at the Fairfield County Makers Guild in Norwalk, CT. With a background in digital quality assurance and network administration, she brings art aspects to the Makers Guild.

This same program is offered on two dates:

Participants MUST bring two PLAIN t-shirts to silkscreen.

 

MakerSpace Balcony
Maker Movement
Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8
Maker

Kids LEGO Robotics Club

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robotics Join a Robotics building club. Each month students will be given a theme and a related robot picture to inspire their building and programming. Grades K-5.

For further information, please contact Margaret Pastel (mpastel [at] westportlibrary [dot] org).

Register online (Materials fee, $5)

Note: Registration is NOT transferable

Note: A caregiver must remain in Library during the class. 

Weeks Seminar Room

TinkerShop: Circuit Python Coding

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Learn to program with Python with Circuit Express Board. It's fun and easy! This is a 3-day class and students are expected to attend all 3 days. For grades 4-7.
Limit 12; registration required; materials fee $30.

Questions? Contact Margaret Pastel at mpastel [at] westportlibrary [dot] org.

 

MakerSpace Balcony
Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7

WestportMAKES Halloween: Heroes and Monsters Costumes

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Create your own Halloween costume in this three-day workshop with professional costumer C. Delari Johnston. Project may require hand sewing and using hot glue guns. For ages 8 through adult. Limit: 10 participants. 

Register online for this free program. Because of the limited space, you will be charged $30 upon registration. A full refund will be issued upon attendance or notification of inability to attend sent by Friday, September 29, to mpastel [at] westportlibrary [dot] org, only if we can fill your spot.

Submit suggestions for which character patterns should be offered by September 15, 2017 to mpastel [at] westportlibrary [dot] org. Ms. Johnson will determine the final 4 patterns. 

C. Delari Johnston is a freelance theatrical costumer. She has worked on a wide range of projects, from design and construction for community theater at Stamford Theatre Works to regional theater work for Long Wharf Theatre, Sacred HeartUniversity and Ivoryton Playhouse in CT and Glimmerglass Opera in NY to Broadway. She is currently part of the small army of artisans working on the nationally acclaimed Broadway production, Hamilton.

MakerSpace Balcony
Maker Movement, Teen
Maker

Electronics Surprise Workshop

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Join MakerSpace inventor Mike Altis in discovering what's in the new do-it-yourself electronics box from Ada Fruit. The Adabox is filled with curated Adafruit products focused around a theme the will help learning in one area in the world of do-it-yourself electronics. Drop by and build something together. Ages 8 & up

MakerSpace Balcony
Maker Movement, Teen
Maker