Tinkering Electronics Lab

Wed, August 31
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm


Inspired by the Exploratorium in San Fransisco, we’re offering a Tinkering Lab!

Circuit boards are designed to tinker with electricity using everyday objects and components. Batteries, lights, buzzers, motors, resistors, potentiometers, switches, are but a few of the types of electrical gizmos that can be hooked together with simple alligator clips. By approaching circuit-building with familiar components and direct connections the barrier to trying things out is lowered, and surprising moments of insights are encouraged.

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Ages: 7+




This event is fully booked.

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1 comment for “Tinkering Electronics Lab

  1. Amy Ostrander
    August 30, 2016 at 12:59 pm

    Could you let me know if space opens up for this Electronics Lab? I have 2 kids, 11 & 12 who would like to come. They’d be happy to double up on a project if space/materials are an issue. Also we tinker with electronics at home, so if there are materials we can contribute we’d be happy to!

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