Anyone Can Be an Engineer

  • Monday, July 17, 2017, 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Do you enjoy designing, building, and problem solving?

Join us on July 17th where you will design and build a boat using common household objects. The challenge is to construct a boat that can hold 25 pennies without leaking or sinking. That's not all. You will be competing in teams to see which group can successful build a stable boat the quickest. Come learn more about water density, volume, and surface area while practicing your teamwork, communication, and healthy competition skills!

RSVP by emailing Krista.kogler@hws.edu

More Upcoming Events To Look For:

July 24th: Anyone Can Be an Athlete

Use your athleticism to learn about side-dominance, statistics, and kinesiology!

July 31st: Anyone Can Be an Artist

Practice your creativity and artistic skills to learn more about primary colors, mixing, and tape-resistance!

August 7th: Anyone Can Be a Leader

Compete in teams to complete a challenge before your opponents. Practice your communication, teamwork, and healthy competition skills!

August 14th: Anyone Can Be a Doctor

Get active to learn more about your heartbeat, circulatory system, and healthy living and exercise!

August 21st: Anyone Can Be an Author

Write a secret letter using invisible ink to learn more about oxidation, dilution, and organic substances!




Krista Kogler



Frederick Douglass Community Library
971 South Ave
Rochester, New York 14620