Don’t miss Maker’s Day — a family-friendly opportunity to experiment with interactive STEAM activities and presentations, and maker culture, supported by New Jersey STEM Month.
On Saturday, March 25 from 11 am-2 pm, experience fun for the whole family at the Annual NJ Maker’s Day celebration held at STEAMWorks (46 E. Commerce St.) and the Hope Loft Building (40 East Commerce St.)
Activities include: creating cardboard sculptures, making keychains, building upcycled wind chimes, creating circuit greeting cards, audio recording in the HopeLoft studio, and more.
Enjoy a presentation by the Bivalve Center and learn from the Americorps Watershed Ambassador Program about how pollution affects our local watershed. Free food and snacks will be provided.
This Bridgeton event is one of many events also held in support of New Jersey STEM Month. The month-long observance highlights the Garden State’s strong presence and accomplishments in STEM, including its industry, academic, government, and non-profit sectors.
About Makers Day
Families to College, a cooperative program of Appel Farm Arts & Music Center and United Advocacy Group, is excited to participate in the 9th Annual New Jersey Makers Day.
New Jersey Makers Day inspires and activates libraries and community organizations to showcase and highlight STEM and maker culture, enhancing life-long learning.
For more information, visit: https://appelfarm.org/event/makers-day-in-bridgeton/
- Learn more about Families to College
- Learn more about United Advocacy Group
- Other partners include: NJ Hopeloft, STEAMworks, Unidos Para la Familia, LAEDA Inc., and the Salvation Army