Month: January 2016

Widener’s Futuristic Fashion Show!

This month marked the kick-off for Widener’s Future Fashion program – a special Maker Jawn project funded by a Curiosity Creates grant from the Association for Library Service to Children. The program will last for four months and will conclude in a celebratory fashion show at the start of May. When given the opportunity to apply for this grant, I… Read more →

Of mice and makers

This month at Cecil B. Moore library and McPherson Square library, things did not go as planned.  And the results were…. well see for yourself…     All of these creations were not part of the programming that day.  They were entirely self-motivated.  The only thing I did was advise.  I showed Idean how to cleanly snap popsicle sticks, and… Read more →