The Halton Hills Public Library offers a variety of programs and materials that introduce children to S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts and math). Our programs are hands-on and often use special equipment. We present new technologies in a casual and fun way.

All programs are listed in our Program Calendar. You can also visit us on our HHPL Facebook or YouTube channels for programs and events being offered virtually.

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Some of our past programs include:

  • Mini-Makers: Kids 6-8 years old explore S.T.E.A.M. using fun elements like snap circuits, clay, or construction materials.
  • Lego robotics: Kids learn how to assemble a motorized LEGO robot. They will learn how to program it and will solve weekly challenges. For kids 10-13.
  • S.T.E.A.M. Story Time: Stories, music and some hands-on science for families with young children.
  • Robo Geek: Python: We've partnered with Robo-Geek from Milton to provide this program. Kids will learn about python coding, electronics, and robotics. For kids 8-14.
  • And much, much more…

Please note: Many of these programs are offered in 8 week sessions four times a year. Some programs require registration and some require fees (to cover instructors and materials) that must be paid at registration.