Peabody Institute Library - Danvers invites kids to an afternoon of building and fun! Activities will include free build, themes and instructional design. All structures will remain on display in the Children’s Room till the following weeks's session
In this LEGO half-day program, LEGO builders come together to design and build their own motorized remote-controlled robots, using Lego® Mindstorms. In teams of two, they incorporate physics, mechanical engineering, and programming concepts while building the fastest, strongest, smallest, and largest robots to compete in a variety of challenges. Instructor Jo-Ann Gorrell, a mother of five sons, is a mechanical engineer, founder of Engineering Action, and a Lego-maniac.
LEGO Store North Shore Shopping Center Peabody MA hosts a monthly LEGO club meeting. The theme this month is Lego Friends! Take part in this unique opportunity to meet and build with other fans of LEGO Friends! Enjoy an exclusive LEGO build that you can take home for free. You'll also receive an exclusive LEGO Friends heart bracelet! This special event has limited space, so sign up early. Children's work will be display for part of the day.
All participants get a goody bag with LEGO magazine, store calendar, special offers and a limited-edition LEGO Club t-shirt.
Children ages 4 and up are invited to come to the library Lego Club. This is a drop-in program requiring no sign up. Drop in any time between 10am and 12pm. (We will have Duplos for the younger kids.) Show off your building skills or just get creative.
Do you just love to make crafts, all kinds of crafts? Stop by the Children's Program Room to make the craft of the day! Come for a quick visit or stay for the hour, we will have supplies, you bring the creativity! Grades3-6. Drop-in.
Take a break! Relax with a cup of tea or coffee while the kids play with Legos, drawing and coloring materials, or other games in the Museum's Orientation Center (front building). No charge. Bad weather - heavy snow, bad driving conditions cancels. Supported through a grant from the Robbins de Beaumont Foundation.