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Exploration Lab! studies Stop-Motion Storytelling!

Welcome to a brand new program that's one part crafty, one part STEAM, and all parts awesome!

(and a little bit inspired by the Magic School Bus)

Exploration Lab! is a brand new program co-hosted by the Library and Museum that features two programs on a monthly theme on the first and third Wednesday of the month. This program is open to tweens aged 8-12, and registration is required for both programs each month. Due to our limited capacity of 10 tweens, we ask that you double check both dates for the programs before registering your child. Scroll down to register!


This month the Exploration Lab is going to study up on how stories are told using stop-motion filming!


Wednesday December 1 | 3:30 - 4:30 pm*

Delightful Dioramas: Developing Script and Set

Join us to learn how to create your own cast, set, and script for a short stop-motion film using a diorama and props.


Wednesday December 15 | 3:30 - 4:30 pm*

Picture Perfect: Filming and Sharing

Using your diorama from the first program, stage and create your original stop-motion short film using our chromebooks!


*These programs may end earlier than scheduled

Please fill out the form below to register! Once we reach 10 participants, the form will close.

Parent or Guardian Contact Information
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I understand that my child is registering for two programs for Exploration Lab: Studies Stop-motion Storytelling on December 1 and 15, and will attend both of these programs. I acknowledge and understand that these programs comply with the Library & Museums COVID-19 Safety Plans, and that both staff and my child will be encouraged to socially distance and wear a mask throughout the program (with some exceptions such as eating snacks, drinking water, etc). By clicking the Submit button, I agree to these rules and guidelines.
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