STEM


TeenHub: Python Programming Workshop (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Join us to learn more about computer programming through fun lessons about Python and its applications, like designing games, graphics, and applets. The award-winning high school robotics team 5421 RM’d and Dangerous is hosting several interactive online programming lectures for middle to high-school students called TeenHub. Computer science is a flexible […]


John H. Glenn Lecture in Space History featuring NASA Associate Administrator Kathryn Lueders (Smithsonian Air and Space Museum) – VIRTUAL

Motivated by a belief that solving big problems leads to innovations that make life better for humanity, Kathryn Lueders has spent over the last decade of her career revolutionizing NASA’s approach to human space exploration. Tune in as Lueders, associate administrator of NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, discusses […]


Where Are the Time Travelers? (Fairfax County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Einstein’s theory of relativity suggests that time travel might be possible.  We consider why this is true, and how one might build a time machine.  We also consider the paradoxes involved with time travel and how they might be resolved. Presented by Dr. Robert Ehrlich, professor emeritus and former chair […]


⭐ Another Hidden Figure: Interview with David Miontague and Paige Bowers, Authors of ‘The Overnight Code’ (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

  Interview of David Montague and Paige Bowers on their memoir of Raye Montague, the first African-American woman to design ships for the US Navy. Raye Montague was a Hyattsville resident and David’s mother. Event details to be posted later. Check EVENT LINK for updates. About the Authors Paige Bowers is […]


NASA’s New Moon & Mars Rocket: The Space Launch System (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

Log on to participate in an interview and discussion with former NASA contractor and engineer Leslie Day. Take part in a YouTube Live event with an interactive live chat feature. Q and A will be available throughout the presentation. Log in five minutes before the start time and look for […]


⭐ Teens: Digital Illustration (Howard County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Discover how to create illustrations using free software you can use from home!  Use the various tools in this free app to design, draw, and color your own dynamic illustration. Taught by a HiTech instructor. This is the first event of a series. Registration for this event will be open […]


Take, Make, and Meet: Bridge Building for Ages 10-14 (MCPL) – VIRTUAL

Learn engineering principles behind bridge strength and compete in a virtual bridge-building exercise for ages 10-14. Space is limited to 20 participants ages 10-14. Supply kits will be provided. After registering, please visit the Kensington Park Library to pick up your kit(s). Register only if you are able to pick up […]