Kendama Workshop

Experience a traditional Japanese skill-toy that was developed roughly 300 years ago. Practice hand-eye coordination and learn about principles of patience, diligence and perseverance. Kendama is a powerful activity that fosters creativity, problem solving and communication skills, and mindful relational awareness.

Blackout Poetry

Celebrate National Poetry Month by creating your very own poem using the pages of old books. Using existing text, blackout poets isolate then piece together single words or short phrases from these texts to create lyrical masterpieces. From absurd to sublime -- all of the words are already there on the page, but the randomness is all part of the fun!

Cardboard Creations

Use recycled cardboard to create games, furniture, fidget toys -- the options are limitless. All you need is a little imagination!

Circuit Playground Lab

Would you like to learn electronics, with an all-in-one board that has sensors and LEDs built in? Explore programming on real hardware with no soldering or sewing required! Circuit Playground Express is the next step towards a perfect introduction to electronics and programming. We've taken the original Circuit Playground Classic and made it even better! Not only did we pack even more sensors in, we also made it even easier to program.

VR Lab

Are you ready to jump in? Experience virtual reality headsets and photography in this one-day lab. Find yourself immersed in diverse settings that you won't want to leave.

Merge Cube

Bring your smart phone to download apps to interact with the Merge Cube, the world's first holographic object you can hold in the palm of your hand with AR (Augmented Reality) by using the Merge Cube.

Squishy Circuits

Play, Invent, and Learn! Squishy Circuits uses conductive and insulating play dough to teach the basics of electrical circuits in a fun, hands-on way. Let your creations come to life as you light them up with LEDs, make noises with buzzers, and spin with the motor.


A system of electronic modules that snap together with magnets.

Raspberry Pi

Learn computer programming by using a tiny computer through fun, practical projects.