Why should you be a youth leader? Words are powerful, do you agree? Let’s explore different ways to express kindness, appreciation, and love. You have a ton of valuable information that you should really share with the world! In this workshop, we will learn how expressing kindness and love leads…

Do you like magic? Have you ever thought what it would be like to create a magic potion that could fix something in your life? Potion making doesn’t only have to be something we read about in Harry Potter or Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Join us as we create our own potion…

Have you ever accidentally lost a balloon, and wondered what happened to it? The Egg Float experiment compares the density of an egg to the density of water and how density can change by adding salt to water. As we explore density as scientist, we will observe and document each step…

Social posts and found objects have a lot in common: they both possess stories waiting to be told. Our job as storytellers during this workshop is to reclaim narratives and found objects to develop a short piece of writing about how a found object of your choice was misplaced. Imagine…

The Balloon Rocket experiment is designed to encourage young writers to take a look at how the shape of a balloon can impact how fast and far a balloon travels. Together we will first make sure that your balloon rocket is blown with the needed fuel for takeoff, and then…

Have you ever wondered what life is like in a different country? What kind of food do people eat? What do they learn at school? What do they see when they look out their window? What language do they speak? In this writing workshop, you’ll have your chance to ask…

In this workshop, students will put a new twist on one of Shakespeare’s famous tales by writing a Choose Your Own Adventure story. After diving into the world of Choose Your Own Adventure Books with an interactive scavenger hunt, students will investigate a few of the Bard’s most comical and…

Have you ever wondered what life is like in a different country? What kind of food do people eat? What do they learn at school? What do they see when they look out their window? What language do they speak? In this writing workshop, you’ll have your chance to ask…

In this workshop, students will put a new twist on one of Shakespeare’s famous tales by writing a Choose Your Own Adventure story. After diving into the world of Choose Your Own Adventure Books with an interactive scavenger hunt, students will investigate a few of the Bard’s most comical and…