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STEM Workshop “Light-Up Shoes and Paper Circuits” free for ages 7-14

Thanks to Malden Cultural Council

The Malden Public Library will host a free electronic arts workshop, “Light-up Shoes and Paper Circuits,” on Saturday, February 11 from 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Participants may bring their own shoes to light up, or indicate their shoe size at sign-up.

The workshop instruction and materials will be provided by a collaborative STEAM TEAM – Alisha Panjwani of Acera School and Kendall Inglese of LARK Studio – who will integrate a unique blend of science and art for this project of light-up card and paper figure designs. The participants will learn how to work with conductive tape and light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and build their own circuits (materials provided). These new skills will be applied to paper and fabrics and end with light-up shoe designs to take home.

Register at the Information Desk, Malden Public Library, 36 Salem St. in Malden. Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis. Space is limited.

This program is funded by the Malden Cultural Council, a re-granting service of the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Support for this program also comes from the Massachusetts School of Science, Creativity and Leadership; the Acera School; and the LARK Learning Arts Resource Center.

For questions call Kendall Inglese, Enrichment Instructor at the LARK Learning Arts Resource Center, at 781 244-9400.

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