New mobile makerspace trailer is ready to roll around the 10

    (Lander, WY) – The Lander Children’s Museum held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for their Think-Make-Create STEAM Mobile Maker Lab during their Fall Fest yesterday, October 23rd.

    Yesterday’s event was the first official public peek inside the trailer which is filled with numerous STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) activities ranging from electrical to engineering, and everything in between.

    This mobile makerspace is meant to bring programming to kiddos of all ages across Fremont County. Not only will you find it being used by local libraries, community groups and schools, but it’s available for private events like birthday parties as well.


    As part of the ribbon-cutting ceremony, a few kiddos made catapults – one of the activities on the trailer – to launch candy pumpkins at a ribbon.

    Kiddos and adults enjoyed several activities at Fall Fest yesterday including pumpkin decorating and corn husk doll making, they got to enjoy a caramel apple bar and Breadboard for lunch.

    Learn more about the trailer in our earlier post here.


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