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Cade Museum STEM Programs

Cade Museum STEM Programs

Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention offers ongoing STEM programs for all ages. Check calendar for current programs.

Little Sparks - Your child aged 0-5 will receive a personal Little Sparks kit with all of their own supplies, plus make & takes that extend the fun and learning at home.

Junior Inventor Night - Children need encouragement and space to expand their understanding of the world and become problem solvers. The Cade’s Jr. Inventor Night is just the place for them to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math in an engaging way.

Our Jr. Inventors will do activities based on the Cade's innovative Pillars of Science which brings to life STEAM concepts behind inventions that have changed the world, and the inventors who first imagined what might be. Every week the activities change providing a new learning experience.

Maker Night - This is an open Maker Night for ALL Makers over the age of 10 including adults. “Makers” have the latitude to work on one day builds or long-term maker projects with the help and inspiration of the Cade Staff. This is an open experience meaning they can work on any project they wish.

What’s in the Maker Space?
• Computers
• 3D Printers
• Laser Cutter
• Basic Craft Supplies and Materials
• Starter circuit kits
• Soldering Stations for circuit building and robotics

Afternoon Explorer Camp - Register for this exciting mid-week opportunity to focus on challenges that boost kids' creativity and imagination. Cade Museum educators help children ages 5-11 engage in a broad range of hands-on STEAM experiments and activities.

In the Creativity Lab and Fab Lab children will explore and improve skills in 3D design, coding, robotics, and more. Our educators will also be available to help children in Kindergarten through 5th grade address homework challenges.
Visit calendar for dates and times
Preschool, Elementary, Middle School
All ages
811 S. Main Street
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