Arts & Entertainment

A Day of Exploration and Creativity

Three wonderful people who made this event happen: Dr. Michelle Sands, Natalie Koehler and Eileen Diehl Credits: Deena Bell
Frank Bucci and 9-year-old Jackie enjoy all the different stations at this event. Credits: Deena Bell
Jordyn Lobuono-Dillard, 8, tests the rocket that she and her dad, Robert Dillard, built together. Credits: Deena Bell
Michaela Kane, 8, puts the LED lights on her card with a little help from Eileen Diehl. Credits: Deena Bell
Willian Trickle, 7, draws a design on his LED card as dad, Kent, looks on. Credits: Deena Bell
Yates brothers, Ryan, 6, and John, 8, working with the little bits. Credits: Deena Bell
Miracle Northshield, 8, and Zoe Elias, 9, practice their sewing skills with the string art. Credits: Deena Bell
Peter Stratton, 9, works on creating music with the “Dash.” Credits: Deena Bell
Katie Vassak, 8, and her mom, Kristin, sneak in a hug during their creative projects. Credits: Deena Bell
Credits: Deena Bell

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— The Pequenakonck Elementary School held its first-ever “MakerFaire” on April 19.

Students from 2nd to 5th grade were on hand for various technology projects that included engineering, 3-D printing, circuits, origami, green-screen projects, robots and more.  The event showcased young students’ creativity, inventiveness and ingenuity.

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