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Lego Parent/Child Workshops at Cambridge Public Library

Children in grades 2-5 may sign up with one parent and/or guardian for 2 – 1 ½ hour workshops on consecutive Monday and Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Cambridge Public Library.  Instructors from the Youth Enrichment League will be presenting their Extreme Logo workshop for moms and daughters; father and sons; moms and sons; fathers and daughters or any parent/guardian and child combination.

Each parent and child team will be given a different project to build, test and modify.  Then they use use their project to investigate basic aspects of engineering.  Emphasis is place on hands-on experiential activities and kid friendly lesson plans.  This is an excellent opportunity for parent and child to work together.  The kids will think it’s cool and you’ll know it’s educational!

There will be three 2 – 1 ½ hours workshops offered on the following dates:

Session #1 – Monday & Tuesday, March 14 & 15 (register by March 11)

Session #2 – Monday & Tuesday, March 21 & 22 (register by March 18Lego workshop flyer (1)

Session #3 – Monday & Tuesday, April 11 & 12 –FULL (waiting list ONLY)

You must be able to attend both evenings of the workshop and you can only sign up for ONE session.  The same lesson will be taught at each 2-day session.   Space is VERY limited.  To register for one of the two-day workshops, please stop by the Cambridge Public Library or call 763-689-7390 and ask to sign up for the Cambridge Lego workshop.  We’ll need the name of the parent, child, grade the child is in and contact information.  You must be able to attend both days of each session!

The workshops are made possible by a grant received by East Central Regional Library from Resource Training & Solutions, a Minnesota Service Cooperative.

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