Workshops

We strive to find the right teachers with the experiences necessary to help you learn how to create, make, invent, build, design and prototype. Join the growing maker movement. Learn to make, make to learn. Check our calendar regularly for new classes.

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What do you want to learn?  We will make it happen.

Jr. Workshops

We strive to develop programming that will engage your child in unique, hands-on learning experiences opening their minds to the world of making, building, programming, creating, digital fabrication and manufacturing, entrepreneurship possibilities, leadership and the ever-evolving world of creative technologies

Our goal is to help kids move from being consumers to creators.  We promote making mistakes, taking things apart and putting them back together again in a way that makes sense for them.  We value a kids’ desire to reinvent the wheel. Our making experiences for kids will help them to develop as confident problem-solvers and creative thinkers.   We are focused on teaching 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and perseverance through exciting learning experiences. Kids feel good about themselves when they are making: this is the time they can be the director of their time and energy and CEO of thought.  Set them free and allow them to create!

Kids, ages 10+ can become members to create in our workshop using equipment for engineering, making, printing, inventing, more.  Student membership is $60 per month and offers access to all workshop equipment.

Ongoing Workshops

Friday Night Tinker Fun for ages 4-10​                       $30

Every Friday from 6-8 pm one of our facilitators will lead your child through an exciting and creative tinkering adventure where they have fun and meet new friends.  Children love to tinker! They love to manipulate, explore, experiment and fiddle with things.  They want to make things do something else, something better, something amazing.  This is what Friday Night Tinker Fun is all about. Your child will get to experiment with magnets, rubber bands, circuits, batteries, and other creation gizmos and have so much fun while you are experiencing grown-up time and good food with your own friends right here at Stanley.  All materials included.

We call that a win-win for everyone!

$30 for single pass.  10% Sibling discounts available.   (Use promo code 'sibling') for second or 3rd sibling

Purchase a one-session ePass or a 6-session ePass here

Buy 6 epass for the price of 5 sessions.  ($30 savings) This can only be used for single child.  10% sibling discount (use promo code 'sibling' at check out.

Once you have your ePass, visit our calendar and sign up on the day of your choice.

Sew Crafty Saturdays                           $30
for ages 5+               

10:00-12:00 pm                                      

This class, is for those who want to learn to sew using a sewing machine and other fabric construction processes.  In this class, your child will learn to wind a bobbin, thread the machine, and practice line control by creating a specific project. This 2 hour workshop is intended to teach your beginner sewer to follow lines, use patterns,control the machine and trigger their interest in creating countless projects with fabric and thread.

All materials provided.

3D Printing Lab  Ages 8-Adult                    
Every Saturday  

2:30-4:00                                                     $35

Welcome to the amazing world of 3D printing.

3D printing has opened the doors to home fabrication and modeling. 

In this exciting workshop students will learn basic CAD (computer aided design) to create their first 3D print.  

 

MindCraft Kidz After School 3:30-6pm 

Monday-Friday for ages 5-14                                                                                                                        

"An emerging do-it-yourself culture of “makers” is boldly voiding warranties to tweak, hack, and customize the products they buy. And what they can’t purchase, they build from scratch. Meanwhile, flexible manufacturing technologies on the horizon will change fabrication from massive and centralized to lightweight and ad hoc. These trends sit atop a platform of grassroots economics—new market structures developing online that embody a shift from stores and sales to communities and connections."  (Institute for the Future")

(303) 341-4065

2501 Dallas St #228, Aurora, CO 80010, USA

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