MAHWAH, N.J. — Pressure sensors, LED sensors, sound sensors, fan sensors are what the kids in the Mahwah Public Library’s “Little Bits” Workshop will use for a project of their choosing.
The science/tech workshop, to take place 5:15 p.m. Aug. 10, is part of the library’s Young Inventors Series for teens and tweens entering grades five through 12 in September.
Led by Teen Librarian Denise Jukniewicz, the event is designed to encourage participants to make something extraordinary using ordinary things.
Examples of projects include a robotic hand shaker, a bubble flute, a dog that wags its tail, and specialized glasses. Participants will showcase their inventions at the end of the session.
Sign up in person at the Teen Services Desk, online by using the library's events calendar , or by phone at 201-529-7323 x 224. Registration is required.
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