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Helping to forge future engineers, scientists, and leaders!

Learning should be fun!  We use exciting hands-on projects, summer camps and classes to stimulate interest in science and engineering.

Big changes are underway at our facility! Renovations underway will increase the quantity and quality of Newton’s Attic’s classroom and work space. Total classroom and work space will increase from 1,500 square feet currently to 3,700 square feet of higher quality space. The open warehouse will be climatized and made into a multi-purpose area that can be partitioned into smaller learning areas or converted into open space to house large projects or events as needed.

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Many classes are filling up, but next week's Electronics 101 with Arduino, taught by the wonderful Matthew Russell, still has space next week in the afternoons. The highly rated Matthew Russell is only with us for one week this summer. Don't miss the chance to take this great class! ... See MoreSee Less

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Adrian Puckett's Camp Chemistry was a big hit today as Newton's Attic kicks off our biggest summer camp season yet! ... See MoreSee Less

Camp Chemistry students learned about the fourth state of matter and the flow of electrons today with the help of a plasma ball.

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Registration is now live for Camp Katniss (girl's only bow making & archery for ages 10 and older) in the mornings of the week of May 26th and afternoons the week of June 15th. We will be adding sessions of the co-ed Bow Making & Archery later in the summer. Stay tuned. ... See MoreSee Less

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We have one more mini-open house before camps start. If you have never been to Newton's Attic, please join us tomorrow, Thursday, May 14th, anytime between 3:30 and 7:00 PM with tours at 3:45, 4:45, 5:45 and 6:45 PM. Our 5:45 tour has gotten quite full, so if you can make one of the other times, that would be preferred, but if that's the only time you can make, please join us. For our planning purposes, please email NewtonsAtticRSVP@gmail.com to let us know how many will be in your group and which tour you will join. This is an informal event intended to familiarize new families with the Newton's Attic facility, answer questions, make or change registrations, take care of paperwork and payments, etc., in hopes of making Mondays during the summer smoother for everyone. For directions, visit newtonsattic.org/contact/email/. Thanks and hope to see you! ... See MoreSee Less

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