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Preschool Nature Series

Bring your preschooler to Eden Mill to discover the wonder of nature! Programs will include nature games and activities, a story, craft, and a hike exploring the landscape.   Recommended age group: 2-5 years old Price- $9 for member, $7…

Wetland & Waterfowl, at the Havre de Grace Decoy Museum

A visual presentation on wetlands and their association with ducks, geese, and swans. Local naturalist John Hughes and Tom Trafton will present the key aspects of wetlands and their value to avian wildlife. Refreshments provided. All Ages Price- $10-15 per…

A Visionary Spirit for Invention

"A Visionary Spirit for Invention” is a bespoke art exhibition selected from works within the permanent collection of The American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) and assembled out of a great shared respect and affection between the State of Maryland and…

GEMS II: ARL Diverse Topics

Students entering 7th-10th grades will participate in activities from a variety of STEM disciplines, such as chemistry, mathematics, computer science, environmental science etc. Army scientists, engineers and teachers will provide lessons and lead activities.  Students will interact in a large virtual…

GEMS III: ARL Computer Science Principles

Students entering 10th-12th grade will investigate computer science principles, develop basic algorithms, examine programming languages and techniques and explore how computing and technology can impact the world.  Basic programming skills and use of Python programming language is required. Pre-requisite: Students will…

GEMS III ARL Computer Science Applications

This is a fast paced week with hands on exercises providing the student entering 10th-12th grade the opportunity to apply computer science and programming skills learned. Topics may include data analytics, robotics, cryptography and machine learning. Pre-requisite: This is a programming…

GEMS II: ARL Engineering

Students entering 8th-10th grades will learn principles of computer aided design (CAD), applications of additive manufacturing and investigate the science of motion, exploring conditions that affect objects in motion. Students will build catapults and compete in a challenge to study…

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