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Makerspaces are interactive, community-oriented spaces where you can create and learn skills using a variety of different tools and materials.
In the Science Center’s Makerspace you can explore science, technology,
engineering and your creativity! Our Makerspace will inspire you to be a maker — Play, Imagine, Build, Adapt, Modify, Work Together, and have fun.
Learn a new skill or build something cool by signing up for a workshop in our Maker Classroom! See the schedule below.
Our exhibits include:
Visit our Maker Garage and Interact with local St. Louis makers!
Classes are designed as family activities for ages 7 and up. Classes run for 45 minutes.
$8 Members (ages 7-14). $10 non-members*
*Prices are per project and multiple people can work on the same project.
This January learn what it takes to make a Mechanical Hand. Learn how real science can come to life when you create your very own biomechanical hand using everyday items such as wood, string, sticky foam, and brads. So give us a hand in Maker Space and have fun making your invention come to life.
Who needs a calculator when you can make your own Abacus? An Abacus is a fun math tool and craft all in one. The Abacus is a counting tool that was used in Europe, China, and Russia centuries before we had a written number system. Join us in Maker Space and step back in time a count the old fashion way.
Engineer your very own android buddy. In this beginner class use basic tools and equipment to fabricate a working bot. What will you design your robot to do?
• December 19th – December 31st: 10:30 AM and 1:30 PM classes