We know how busy the holiday season can be, so instead of traditional camps, we offer Winter Break Workshops for the holiday season. The week preceding Christmas, we offer 1-day or 2-day three hour workshops for makers of all ages. These workshops are a great way for either you or your child to learn something new and in some cases, make a great holiday gift! Doing some last minute shopping? Let us guide and entertain your maker for a few hours while you get to work making your own holiday magic.
For 2017, we’re pleased to announce the following workshops:
Star Wars Days – December 18th and 19th: Send your K-2 Maker in for our Padawan Makers Workshop, your grade 3-8 Maker in for our Jedi Makers Workshop with Minecraft, or your teen maker in for our awesome lightsaber fabrication workshop for two exciting days! Due to adult interest, we’re also offering an evening session of lightsaber fabrication for adults (teens may also attend the evening session with a participating parent.)
Frozen Day – December 20th: Feel the seasonal chill with our Frozen Day Winter Workshops. Makers K-2 can make awesome snow foam and some make-and-take crafts, while Makers in grades 3-8 can explore a frozen Minecraft world with some hands-on crafting. Teens can learn how to make delicate and intricate quilled snowflakes, and our evening adult workshop is perfect for date night or GNO for those interested in making chain maille snowflakes!
Day of the Doctors – December 21st: Our young makers can explore their love of Dr. Seuss with a workshop just for them that embracing everything that makes the Gri
nch’s heart grow! Meanwhile, big kids (including the adult kind) can explore their love of a Doctor of another sort with our sonic screwdriver workshops and TARDIS model workshop!
Winter Village Maker Day – December 22nd: Our youngest makers will have a change to make adorable edibles in the form of our gingerbread house workshop, while makers in 4th grade and up can make their own laser cut winter village home. Each year, we offer a unique addition so that over time, makers can build up an entire village!