2019 Summer Reading Program Workshops

Registration for the Summer Reading Program is required before registering for these workshops.

You can register for the Summer Reading Program HERE.

These workshops require additional registration:

LEGO Robotics Workshop (Monday, June 17th & Monday, July 15th, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm)

Kids aged 8 and up will build LEGO robots with Lauren Hollenbeck.
Click here to register for LEGO Robotics Workshop.

LEGO WeDo Workshop (Mondays, June 3rd – July 22nd, 10:00 – 11:00 am)

Designed for ages 6-8, this unique combination of building with the familiar LEGO bricks, using easy-to-use coding software and engaging curriculum-relevant STEM challenges makes coding fun and relevant for elementary students. Basically, everything you need to help every student to succeed at STEM through coding.
Click here to register for LEGO WeDo Workshop.

National Music Museum Workshop (Thursdays in June, 10:00 – 11:00 am)

The National Music Museum workshop this year will deal with Holt’s The Planets. Facts about each planet in our solar system will be included, with a little bit about the mythology behind the names of the planets. Kids will listen to each movement of Holt’s work while creating their own 2D planets. They will also be making musical instruments of the type featured in each movement. Ages 4 and up.
Click here to register for National Music Museum Workshop.

South Dakota Shakespeare Festival Theatre Workshops (Thursday, June 6th, 2019)

Theatre workshops for Youth with the South Dakota Shakespeare Festival! Each time slot is separated into two age groups: 8-12 and 13-18.
Click here to register for SD Shakespeare Festival Workshops.

VEX IQ Camp with Robotics of Vermillion (Wed. – Fri., June 12th – 14th, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Where: Robotics of Vermillion at 7 East Main Street, Vermillion, SD.

Cost: $20.00. Payable to Robotics of Vermillion upon arrival to camp.

What: Robotics camp for 4th grade – 8th grade boys and girls (regardless of experience). This robotics camp provides an introduction into competitive robotics through VEX IQ. Robotics of Vermillion (ROV) was founded to be an avenue through which Vermillion area school-aged children can become engaged in science, technology, engineering, math, and teamwork. Learn more about them at www.roboticsofvermillion.com.

Participants get a camp t-shirt and lunch. Lunch includes pepperoni or cheese pizza and juice (if there are dietary concerns, please pack a lunch.)

Click here to register for the VEX IQ Camp with Robotics of Vermillion.

VEX IQ Camp with Vermillion Area Robotics Association (Friday and Saturday, June 21st and 22nd).

Robot Design (Youth Grades 4th – 8th): Friday, June 21st, 10:00 – 5:00 pm.

Robot Programming (Youth Grades 6th – 8th): Saturday, June 22nd, 1:00 – 5:00 pm.

To register, email rolfes57069@yahoo.com or visit the Vermillion Area Robotics Association Facebook page (limited to 12 youth). 

 

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