Add conductive thread, LEDs and a battery to make a light up pin you can attach to your clothing, backpack or other gear. Combine sewing and electronic skills to make a washable, low-voltage LED* circuit, often called eTextiles (electronic textiles), soft or sewable circuits. *Light-emitting diode (a semiconductor diode that glows when a voltage is applied).
Ages ten - adult. Adult helper required for children under 14. Please register each person who wishes to make the project.
The library hosts STEAM programs for all ages all year long. STEAM Week highlights the library's STEAM offerings and invites learners of all ages to design, create, test, and innovate with science, technology, engineering, arts, and math! Make simple circuits, code, create games, and enjoy robot storytime. All of STEAM Week’s programs are free and open to the public, including adults, teens, youth, and even pre-schoolers.