Here's what's happening in NOVEMBER!!

November

October
September

Past Events

September Events

September 8-9

What kind of house would a robot like to live in?

Come build a "house" for Vernie, our Lego robot to live and have fun in at the Explorium! I bet he would love a "rollercoaster" in his bedroom!

September 15-16

Sad summer is over?

Well, not at the Explorium! Come join us as we explore our beautiful Port Jefferson Harbor front and do some late summer gardening. Special exploration program on Sept 16th at 1:30pm and 3 pm. First come, first serve.

September 22-23

NO more straws!

Let's keep straws out of our landfill. We're going to "Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose" straws into creative inventions.

September 29-30

Come have fun with Little Bits!

Build a "Bubble Bot". Build your own bubble blowing contraptions while learning about circuits and invention! Let your imagination guide your next invention!

August Events

August 1-5

Are you having fun with your shadow like Moonbear?

Come join us as we investigate, play, and try to “scare” away our shadows!

August 8-12

Let’s have fun with that A in STEAM and create a “Masterpiece” using shore materials.

(Camp Week) Will you design and build a statue from natural materials, a collage of garbage that has no place on our beaches, a beautiful necklace out of shells? Or do you have another idea in mind?

August 15-19

Come and visit our beautiful native plant garden in full bloom.

Borrow an exploration “backpack” from the Explorium and be a ‘plant detective’!

August 22-26

Gone Fishing!

Make your own fishing pole with a magnet to lure and attract your own fish! How big a fish can you catch? What “bait” works best?

August 29- September 02

Bridge Building Using a variety of materials, design

Build a structure that spans our “river” and supports as much weight as possible!

July Events

July 5-8

It's "Patriotic Polymer" Time!

Make the perfect Patriotic Phlubber using the materials provided.

July 11-15

Green Engineering Challenge-

Design and Construct a Car using recycled Materials.

July 18-22

Bait Your Hook!

Design Bait that attracts fish.

July 25-29

Ships Ahoy!

Design a Rocky Shoreline with a Lighthouse to keep ships safe.

June Events

June 2,3

Explore the Mysteries of Our Planet Earth

June 2- Create Paper Mountains as you experience the dynamics of the pull of gravity.
June 3- Experience the Strong Protective Magnetic Field of our Planet Earth.

June 9

Eastern Long Island Mini Maker Faire

The Greatest Show and Tell on Earth! 10 am – 5 pm, Port Jefferson Village Center, Harborfront and Long Island Explorium. Buy your tickets now!

June 10

Design and Create a Model to illustrate the different Phases of the Moon.

June 16,17

Happy Fathers Day!

Using a variety of materials, design ,create, and Launch a Rocket with your Dad!

June 23,24

Bug Houses!

Join us to design and construct Homes for Invertebrates using Native Plant Materials.

June 30, July 1

Discover the Science behind Ice Cream as you Measure, Shake,and Taste your Ice Cream.

May Events

May 5-6

Exoplanet Transits

Design a Transit Method to assist NASA scientists’ search for distant planets.

Maker Spotlight!

May 5 – Ray and his robot “ Volt”. Teach kids to make their own Bristlebots

May 12-13

Message in a Bottle for A Special Woman in your Life

Write a Heartfelt message and place in a decorated bottle for a Keepsake for your Mother.

May 19-20

Space Telescope

Design, build, and test a tool to discover new discoveries to better understand the Universe.

May 26-27

Mars Rover

Program a Mars Rover to navigate and collect valuable information for NASA Scientists (good to match with a coding activity)

April Events

March 31 , CLOSED April 1

Recycle, Reuse, and Recreate with Water Bottles

Create exciting new uses for your water bottles as you Recycle, Reuse, and Recreate them into interesting new creations.

April 2-6. 1-5 pm(Delayed opening on April 2 at 2 pm, due to the weather conditions)

Recycle, Reuse, and Recreate with Water Bottles

Create exciting new uses for your water bottles as you Recycle, Reuse, and Recreate them into interesting new creations.

April 7-8

Stomp Rockets

Create a Sounding Rocket and “Stomp” your Scientific Research questions into Space!

Maker Spotlight!

Join Aja Rose on Saturday, April 7th to see models and photographs of some of the equipment and activities used in the Apollo missions to the moon. View 7 minutes of terror, a short film about the landing of the Mars rover “Curiosity” and the seven minutes where the engineers and scientists watch to see if their many years of hard work and programming was successful in being able to land a rover on Mars. Then build your own lunar rover that can travel over rough terrain and carry a payload!

April 14-15

Become a Plant Detective with Our Native Plant Seed Collections

Join us and solve the mystery of growing Native Plants.

April 21-22

Celebrate EARTH DAY with us!

Create a Terrarium and a Biome to Observe the Water Cycle
Observe the water cycle in your own plant habitats!

April 28-29

Create a Butterfly Feeder using Recycled Keurig Cups

Explore various species of butterflies by creating your own butterfly feeder!

March Events

March 3-4

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, Join us to create your own Green Oobleck to ooze through your fingers!

March 10-11

March Math Madness

Join us as we explore and investigate through Art the Mathematical findings of PI, Fibonacci, and Bernoulli!
Celebrate International Pi day this weekend with our “Makers in Residence”
March 10, 2pm: Dr. Moira Chas from SBU Math Dept as she explores the world of curves, crossings, surfaces and more.
March 11, 2 pm: Dr. Elana Reiser and her fabulous 3D Printed Interactive Math Fun

March 17-18

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Come to our Maker space to design and create Leprechaun traps! See how many Simple Machines you incorporate.

March 24-25

Celebrate World Water Day!

Join us as we design a Water Filtration System to clean dirty water! We will have First Lego League teams showing off their 2018 Aqua Adventure Challenge or HydroDynamics challenge. We will see how their ideas conserve this valuable resource.