Summer Events

Candy Experiments Workshop

Presented by Loralee Leavitt.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. Become a candy specialist! The author of Candy Experiments leads a workshop with stirring, squashing, and sinking candy as you experiment making bubbling Warheads, giant gummi worms, bobbing conversation hearts, and more. Registration required.
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A Day at the Beach: Create a Watercolor Nature Journal

Presented by Molly Hashimoto.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. Draw and paint your favorite beach life, including shells, sea stars, and shore birds. Learn how to keep your own nature journal this summer. All materials included. Registration required.
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Hands-on Bunraku Puppet Manipulation Workshop

Presented by Thistle Theatre.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. Discover Bunraku puppetry, a traditional Japanese art for hundreds of years. A brief history, mechanics, and demonstration of the Japanese art form is followed by learning the manipulation required for each position on the Bunraku puppet team. Registration required.
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Improvisation Workshop for Teens

Presented by Seattle Children's Theatre.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. Learn the fundamentals of acting using theatre games and exercises that stretch your voice, body, and mind. Open scenes and improvisation will help you embody a character.
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The Power of Zines Workshop

Presented by Jason T. Miles.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. Learn zine production basics and discover how to create your own publication to highlight your writing and art. Express and share your creativity with a zine.
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Recycalypso: Bucket Drumming Remix

Presented by Ian Dobson.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. How are the Caribbean Islands, physics, music, and computers related? Come and play bucket drums to help produce a Bucket Drum Remix to find out!
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Robot Garage

Presented by The Museum of Flight.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. Learn about the science and history of robots and the latest achievements of robots in space, Earth, and in your home. Use the Museum's robotics kit to explore the basic engineering skills required to build a successful extra-terrestrial rover. Registration required.
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The Night Sky: Portable Planetarium Show

Presented by Pacific Science Center.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. It's always a starry night inside this portable, inflatable planetarium! Astronomical experiences propel you into the universe to ponder the planets, make sense of the seasons, and explore the constellations.
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Wilderness Adventures

Presented by Wilderness Awareness School.

Middle school, junior high, and high school students. Learn tracking and awareness skills to be better prepared in a survival situation while discovering how to explore the great Northwest.
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