Preschool Science Series

Mondays & Fridays | 10am & 11am
Included with admission

Join us for a themes story time, STEAM activity, and take-home craft on various STEM topics.

Open Lab

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday | 3-6pm
Ages 6+, Drop-off for 9+ | Included with admission

Come join us in Open Lab, where we will explore innovative and relative opportunities in our ever-growing world. In the STEAMlab, we build circuits, soldering projects, learn how to 3D print, use the laser cutter, break open electronics to see how they work, and many more projects. Limited to 12 participants in the Lab at one time.

STEAM @ the Science Station

Tues, Thurs & Sat | 10am-12pm
All ages | Included with admission

Pull up a stool at the Science Station and have a STEAM experience! Guided by an MSC educator on Tues & Thurs and a guest presenter on Saturdays. Check our our calendar for an updated list of STEAM Saturday presenters. Sponsored by Wipfli.

Homeschool Science Club

Thursdays | 1-2:30pm
Grades 3 - 8 | $150 (12 classes)

Explore STEAM through hands-on activities in this daytime drop-off program for homeschooled students! Over the course of the semester, we’ll dive in to the world of water together. Limited to 12 students per semester.


Girls Who Code

Mondays | Grades 3-5
Wednesdays | Grades 6-12

Girls Who Code is a FREE small-scale coding club for girls to learn from Women in STEM about coding, leadership and experience in computer science. GWC will meet weekly on Mondays for grades 3-5 and Wednesdays for grades 6-12 with coding lessons, challenges, snacks & more!

Register for Mondays

Register for Wednesdays


Grades MS & HS | $75 for materials

A semester-long, weekly after school class. Fall 2022 semester will focus on amateur radio! Learn how to operate a HAM Radio and earn your license! Work with community HAM radio clubs and communicate across radio with others all over the nation.



NEW! Fall 2022 | Registration opens Aug 15, 2022
Grades 3 - 12 | $75 for materials

Designed specifically for those busy hands in our newly remodeled classroom. The tinkering and making space is perfect for following the Engineering Design Process to create something new or solve a real world problem by developing new skills. Use materials, real tools, equipment and more!