July 20, 2014
Sunday, July 20, 11:00am – 3:00pm
From block printing theater posters in the 19th century to the 3-D printing of today, The Electrified Pickle explores the fascinating evolution of printing.
Get a feel for this history with hands-on displays provided by Maryland Rubber Stamp and Direct Dimensions. Try your hand at some printing of your own!
Special Q&A with JT Editor-in-Chief Joshua Runyan
Sunday, July 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Meet the editor of the Baltimore Jewish Times and learn about the role of Jewish media in a digital world!
Special thanks to our Media Sponsor for this event, the Baltimore Jewish Times!
July 13, 2014
Sunday, July 13, 5:00– 7:00 pm
5:20 pm Extreme Jean Science Show
6:30 pm Mosaic Makers
A special evening for our neighbors that is completely free! Extreme Jean will wow us with her wacky science experiments that have kept audiences’ eyes glued and anticipating the next wonder.
We’ll also be calling on our neighbors to help us start our community art project. In partnership with Mosaic Makers, participants will create mosaics that will help decorate the façade of 5 Lloyd Street (the building just north of the Lloyd Street Synagogue).
Special thanks to MECU and the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts for their support of this program.
Power This! – Girl Power!
Sunday, July 13, 11:00am – 3:00pm
Join us for Opening Day as we explore the world of power with some exciting experiments. We will electrify pickles (learn how these tasty treats can be transformed into light bulbs), create batteries, use potatoes as batteries and create circuits using special play-doh. Special thanks to In a Pickle for donating, well, the pickles!
We are also highlighting Girl Power! A day to empower our future female innovators! (everyone, of course, is welcome.) We will have a team of female engineers and scientists on hand to explain the principles that you will see in action. Everyone will get to take home their own memento.
Then, come join us for our FREE Community Kick-Off Party at 5:00pm. More details HERE.
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