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Tinkerers' Club

Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club
Tinkerers' Club

Join us for the Tinkerers’ Club every Saturday in the Tinkering Studio! Dream it, create it, and take it home!

Tinkerers are invited to learn new skills and make awesome take-home projects! Open to tinkerers of all ages (with an accompanying adult). From 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Tinkering Studio.

 


Price per project:

Nonmembers $15 Members $12. Please note online fees may apply.


Please Note: Registered program participants and their families will need to purchase Fleet admission in addition to the Tinkerers' Club activity fee. Registered Tinkerers' Club participants should enter the museum though the main rotunda entrance and arrive at the Tinkering Studio (located on the Science Center's 1st floor next to Cellular Journey) by 10:30 a.m. to enjoy the fun!

Science Center members can always enjoy access to the exhibit galleries with their current membership pass. Members must purchase tickets online or at the ticket counter.

Quantities are limited and may not be available the day of the activity. Sign up early to secure your spot! All applicable online fees apply. No tickets can be bought online the day of the event.

Questions? Call the Fleet at: (619) 238-1233 ext. 806


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SCHEDULE:

November

November 8: Paper Making

Using string, seeds, recycled paper and other organic materials, Tinkerers will create their very own paper.

November 15: Vegetable Prints

This week Tinkerers will explore the nature of vegetables and use them as a tool for printmaking.  Create textiles and patterns for stationery to use for the holidays.               

November 22: Paper Making

Using string, seeds, recycled paper and other organic materials, Tinkerers will create their very own paper.

November 29: Vegetable Prints

This week Tinkerers will explore the nature of vegetables and use them as a tool for printmaking.  Create textiles and patterns for stationery to use for the holidays.