Code Club Canada, Kids Code Jeunesse, and THEMUSEUMinvite kids aged 10 to 14 years old to participate in a free Python Sense-HAT workshop! This is the first year that Canada has been invited by the Raspberry Pi Foundation and the European Space Agency to join Astro-Pi! Be one of the first Canadian children to have your code in space! […]
Calling all educators! Challenge your students to a day of interactive S.T.E.M activities and workshops. Make, tinker, build, and connect with professionals from Waterloo Region’s tech sector to showcase the potential of pursuing S.T.E.M based careers! It all starts here. Curriculum Connections: Science and Technology Understanding Structures and Mechanisms Understanding Matter and Engery Grade Levels: […]
Join on us any Saturday or Sunday for a 45 minute workshop to learn the proper techniques required to use wood shop tools, computers, soldering station, and 3D printers. Read more here.
The maker club you don’t want to miss out on! Bring your family and join other Makers in our community to learn and develop new skills while building new and unique projects.
Join us for a fun-filled overnight adventure where Girl Guides from local units will participate in activities and programs created by THEMUSEUM & our Underground Studio MakerSpace!
Come out to the Clair Hills Community Association’s Fall Fun Fest to create with our staff from The Underground Studio. The Fun Fest will take Place on from 2:00 PM to 5 PM at Edna Staebler School.
The Region of Waterloo’s Countryside Line protects the cultural, economic, and environmental heritage of our rural lands from the pressures of urban sprawl. It is innovative, bold, and impactful. Let’s celebrate it, and build a movement in support of enhanced protection. Join The Underground Studio team at Hold the Line on Saturday, September 16th at the Waterloo Rod & […]
Who is a maker? What does it mean to make? In this demo, put on by The Underground Studio MakerSpace, learn all about maker culture and the amazing things that can be made with just a little imagination, planning and creativity. Recommended age: All Ages
Ready! Set! Go! Assemble wooden cars and see whose goes the farthest. Recommended Age: 6+