Events at AAIM

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Wed. - Fri.

July 24th-26th

9:00AM - 12:00PM

3-Day STEM Camp: Introduction to 3D Printing

Cost: Free, Registration Required

Join AAIM for an exciting STEM Camp: Introduction to 3D Printing, taking place from July 24-26.

This pilot program has a limited capacity of 8 students. Learn the basics of design software and create your own 3D printed object!

AAIM STEM Camp is a three day program from 9:00am – 12:00pm every day, light snacks will be provided.

Students should be between 6th-9th grade and must be able to attend all three days of the program. This event is free to registrants but space is limited and available on a first come, first serve basis.

Questions? Call 508-222-3918 or email info@industrialmuseum.com.

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Sat.

Aug 3rd

10:30AM - 1:30PM

STEM Make-and-Take: Create Your Own Ice Cream

Make your own ice cream! Discover the science of chemical reactions as you combine salt and ice to create a substance below freezing level and make delicious ice cream.

This make-and-take is free, open to all ages, and does not require pre-registration. Just drop by the museum and enjoy a 20-minute STEM activity with your family and friends.

Questions? Call 508-222-3918 or email info@industrialmuseum.com.

Thurs.

Aug 8th

9:00AM - 12:00PM

1-Day STEM Workshop: Computer Programming and Coding

Computer Programming and Coding Workshop for grades 7-9. Dive into the world of coding and learn to build a basic video game. Students may bring their own computers to download the software, but laptops will be provided if needed. Pre-registration is required, and space is limited to 12 students.

Questions? Call 508-222-3918 or email info@industrialmuseum.com.

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Wed. - Fri.

Aug 14th-16th

9:00AM - 12:00PM

3-Day STEM Camp: Introduction to Computer Programming through Game Development

Cost: Free, Registration Required

Join AAIM for Introduction to Computer Programming through Game Development for grades 7-9. Learn the game programming language LUA and the library LOVE2D to develop the retro-game PONG. Students may bring their own devices or use the provided Windows computers with pre-installed software. Space is limited to 15 students.

AAIM STEM Camp is a three day program from Wednesday, August 14th to Friday, August 16th. It will take place from 9:00am – 12:00pm every day and light snacks will be provided.

Students should be between 7th-9th grade and must be able to attend all three days of the program. This event is free to registrants but space is available on a first come, first serve basis.

Questions? Call 508-222-3918 or email info@industrialmuseum.com.

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THIS EVENT IS FULL. Please register to be added to the waitlist.

June 1 - Sept. 1

Passport to History

We are proud to announce our participation in the 2024 Passport to History! This program is a joint effort of local museums, spearheaded by the Old Colony History Museum, to share and explore the fantastic and diverse history of the Old Colony region. Visitors can explore 16 museums free of charge between June 1 and September 1 with a passport. Visit us to pick up your passport and start your summer of local history adventures!

Attleboro Area Industrial Museum
42 Union St # 2 – Attleboro, MA 20703

You can call the museum with questions at 508-222-3918 or email at info@industrialmuseum.com.

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