Make Something Awesome

Maker Corps

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Our Maker Corps artists Kai and Caide have been finding all sorts of ways to get kids building, making, and creating this summer.

From paper puppets to Ozobots, these two have been bringing hands-on making to children and families in communities all over Madison. You can read all about their adventures and projects on the Maker Corps blog.

Maker Corps Artists

youtube audio There's still several Maker Corps events to get involved in this summer! Will you be screen printing? Sewing terrifying (or adorable!) sock monsters? MakeyMakeying homemade computer controllers? Tinkering with circuits? Or diving into a Mystery Engineering box to invent something new? You never know what adventure awaits!

Drop-in for 15 minutes or stay an hour with your grown up and meet our Maker Corps teaching artists to create something awesome.

These drop-in programs are designed with school age children or teens in mind as small parts may not be safe for toddlers. No registration necessary. Visit the Maker Corps website for more information.

SUMMER 2017 CALENDAR

SEQUOYA LIBRARY
Mondays | July 24, August 7 & 21 | 2:00-4:00pm

MEADOWRIDGE LIBRARY 
Mondays | August 7 & 14 | 2:00-4:00pm

MONROE ST. LIBRARY 
Wednesday evenings | July 19, Aug 16 & 23 | 6:00-8:00pm

LAKEVIEW LIBRARY 
Thursday | August 10 | 3:00-5:00pm

There are plenty of other Bubbler events that will allow you to build, create, and explore. Check out the calendar for a full schedule!

 Maker Corps

Maker Corps summer programming is funded by a grant from the Evjue Foundation.

The Bubbler Program is funded by a National Leadership Grant from The Institute of Museum and Library Services.