Science and art combine in this fun-filled hands-on exploration of electricity and current. Use simple and complex circuits to brighten someone s day with a heartfelt card. Handcraft your own radiant jewelry. You can even illuminate your own one-of-a-kind sculpture. Light up your imagination!
Come experience early childhood, biology, and chemistry activities with Winthrop University.
Dive into algorithms, loops and game development with Code Ninjas! At their exhibit children and adults will have the opportunity to create their own mini-video game while exploring the world of coding using MIT’s Scratch software as well as the chance to try out our Robo-Race Cars! In this activity, attendees will learn the to apply algorithms to race to the finish line!
We Learn. We Build. We Play. Come play and manipulate our LEGO models and try to build your own simple machine while you're at it. Leave with some goodies too!
Have you ever wondered how tape sticks? Come try your hand at making adhesives with Coroplast Tape Coropration! We will also have different types of adhesives that are being produced in our plant. All chemicals and materials will be safe to handle.
Come have some coffee samples and see virtual reality capabilities with a VR headset & 360 degree videos from coffee farms.
Come play in our obstacle course and participate in a mini martial arts class session! You'll watch our instructors do a board breaking session and build confidence in the process!
What happens to your recycling when it leaves your house? Come see behind the scenes at how your cans and bottles go from your bin to our facilities to actually get recycled.
We've got myBots, Fidgetty tracks, and Virtual Reality! Program and play with the myBots to make sure they don't run into each other. Use our VR system to create your very own virtual roller coaster. Or explore a physical roller coaster by navigating marbles across a long and windy multi-level roller coaster track. Put your unbridled creativity to work and develop the most creative roller coaster tracks!
York County Teen Science Café sponsored by: Culture & Heritage Museums—Museum of York County and York County Public Library-RH
Try matching the invention created from nature with the nature that inspired it. Create your own catapult from simple materials or try to stack pennies using the property of surface tension.
Discover the York County Library's virtual library resources through a fun gadget bar!