Library, CRS collaborating on STEM program

Emma Madison works on her creation at the Charles River School/Dover Library STEM program in January.

Dover Library and Charles River School are set to co-host a STEM program for children ages 7-9 on Wednesday, February 27, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at Dover Library.

In this project – inspired by the book “And The Robot Went…” – participants will learn about using simple machines and the laws of physics, and will use everyday recycled materials to solve an engineering design challenge with mechanical arms.

Visit www.dovertownlibrary.org to register; registration is limited to 16 children. This program is a collaboration between the Dover Town Library and the Charles River School.

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