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Pre-Teen Hub

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

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Fabville/FabLab

Fabville is a fabrication space within Somerville High School aiming to complement the collection of professional, semi-professional, and artist-focused spaces already available in and around Somerville. With a focus on education, design, and entrepreneurship, the Somerville Fab Lab is focused on engaging people in the creative process of design and prototyping, using its tools and resources to support, rather than drive, that creative process.

Home Depot Kids Workshops

Home Depot offers FREE, hands-on workshops for children on the first Saturday of each month from 9 AM - 12 PM. Each child gets to keep their craft, and receives a certificate of achievement, a workshop apron, and a commemorative pin while supplies last. Registration is required.

Parts and Crafts

The Parts and Crafts Collective offers classes, workshops, and a drop-in resource center for kids to explore creative arts, science, and engineering.

577 Somerville Avenue, Somerville MA 02143

Phone number: (617) 207-8016

Somerville Media Center Makerspace Mondays

Makerspace Mondays is a drop-in media maker lab in which youth will be trained on our studio equipment through structured workshops at the beginning of the year, which will gradually become more youth-driven. Once youth have displayed competency with our equipment, they will then be able to work on their own individual or collaborative passion projects with staff support. Cost is $65 for the whole year,

Somerville Media Center Workshop Wednesdays

Workshop Wednesday are 6 week classes for youth who want to learn to make their own original media including memes and GIFs, audio production, stop motion animation and more.

Science Club for Girls

Since its founding in 1994, Science Club for Girls (SCFG) has provided the very best in girls-specific programming by connecting girls in K-12 grades, especially those from underrepresented groups, with female mentor-scientists through free science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs in a fun, nurturing, interactive environment

The Flagship Clubhouse at the Museum of Science

We are a free program for Boston-area youth ages 10-18. Our drop-in format allows Members the flexibility to pursue their own work in a way that matches their schedules.

WonderLab at Leslie University

WonderLab is a hands-on STEAM (science technology, engineering, arts, and math) after school opportunity for grades K–6 children of Lesley University students, staff, and faculty, and surrounding communities. Activities take place in the new WonderLab classroom in Lesley’s University Hall, science labs, and green spaces in a variety of urban settings. Lesley faculty and students teach the programs

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