Contra Costa County Library
The Orinda library is hosting a Rad Tech Exploration Station on Saturday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.The interactive, science-based festival includes presenters, demonstrations, and hands-on activities. The event is free and open to library visitors of all ages.
Guest presenters include CUBIT, showing off their new CUBIT racer, Aerial Vue with outdoor drone demonstrations and CEO Ginger Kong of Miemode will introduce their virtual reality viewers.
Visitors will enjoy hands-on activities like easy-to-program rolling robots called Bee Bots, Cubelets, which show a fast and easy way to learn while building robots, and a green screen for interactive photo opportunities.
“Technology is such a big part of our everyday lives,” said Orinda Library Manager Sierra Campagna. “The demonstrations and activities we have planned will help people experience new technologies and show kids what they can create with a little imagination.”
This year the Contra Costa County Library is celebrating a Year of STEAM. Events at all 26 library locations across the county are focused on engaging students and library visitors in new, fun activities designed to introduce them to science, technology, engineering, art and math.
This event is the second of three Exploration Stations at library branches around the county. Each has a different theme. The first Exploration Station took place at the Pittsburg Library in September and focused on life science.
Saturday, October 22
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
26 Orinda Way
Theme: Rad tech
Learn about flying drones, building robots and virtual reality.
To learn more about the Exploration Stations and the Year of STEAM, please visit http://ccclib.org/steam/.
For media with questions, please contact Community and Media Relations Coordinator Brooke Converse at(925) 927-3213 or [email protected].
For general questions about the event, please call the Orinda Library at (925) 254-2184.