STEM activities for kids and adults in Washington DC and Maryland: Downtown Columbia Mini Maker Fair
Thank you for tuning in. This week-end, this is officially the end of the summer and time for the fall. You know how hot it was this summer with all those STEM activities for the kids in Washington DC and Maryland on coding, 3D printing, electronics, robotics, hands-on activities and more.
Now that the Fall is there, we are still in the game and you still have more activities to come. One coming soon is a international STEM festival gathering kids and adults arounds all types of makers sharing their projects, activities such as:
Hands-on activities for kids with cardboard, make paper planes, etc
raspberry pi robots
also artists sharing their arts
And it be here right in Maryland. Have you guessed what it was. yep, That's the maker Faire. To be more concise, It will be Downtown Columbia Maker faire 2019 and will be held at the ParkMerriweather Park at Symphony Woods at the following adress:
10431 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, Maryland 21044
On Sunday October 13th 2019 from 12pm to 5 pm.
And it's a free event for the adults and children. If you are or your kids are intereested in STEM, and that you live in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia, and would love to learn how to make a robot, how to code, art, 3D printing, electronics, arduino, raspberry pi and more. You can join them at the time and adress above.
More details can be found on their website at the following link: Downtown Mini maker faire 2019 - STEM festival for adults and kids -Maryland
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