Chocolate Lab

Session 1: Learn the basics of 3D design using OnShape CAD software by modeling a classic chocolate bar, then print out your models with our 3D printers. Models created during this session can be used to create custom molds for Session 2.

Session 2: Learn the physics and food chemistry behind tempering chocolate, then customize your chocolate with personalized shapes & molds. You can arrange your own design using 3D printed and laser cut shapes and letters right on the spot, or use your 3D model from Session 1.
1 to 2 hours each session


Get started with Arduino based projects! This introductory workshop is open to those with or without a programming background. Arduino is a cheap, open source microcontroller designed for DIY projects ranging from blinking LEDs on clothing to robotics. Arduino is a great way to demystify technology and learn the basics of programming and building circuits through hands-on activities.
1 to 2 hours

Paper Architecture

If you can’t make it to campus, we’ll bring the campus to you!
Scroll down to find three models in PDF format for you to download, print, and fold.

We recommended printing on a heavier paper or card stock, if possible. Good luck and send us a picture of your finished model!

Difficulty level: beginner

Williston Memorial Library
Difficulty level: intermediate

Abbey Memorial Chapel
Difficulty level: advanced