It's TEA time at your library!
Join your favorite library as we explore our new STEM initiative: TEA Box.
TEA stands for technology, engineering, and art and this spring your favorite library will be hosting special programs featuring cool "creatables" like bristle bots, paper circuits, or origami to highlight the connection between technology and engineering and the arts and crafts you already love at our library programs.
Libraries are the perfect place to explore STEM. As an informal learning space, Berks libraries provide children and teens with opportunities to explore, create, and pursue their own interests in a fun, no-pressure environment.
Check the TEA Box dates for your favorite library. Be sure to call for more information as registration may be required!
Our community partner -- Miller Center for the Arts
The Miller Center for the Arts is supporting our brand new TEA Box intiative by hosting a contest! You will be able to enter a raffle to win a family 4-pack of tickets to the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus’ makerspace inspired show, “A Cardboard and Duct Tape Spectacular” on March 24. Stop by a participating library to enter the raffle!
Visit the Miller Center for the Arts website for more information about the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus' show, "A Cardbaord and Duct Tape Spectacular:"
If you would like to support TEA Box or other youth programs in Berks County Public Libraries, please contact Marissa Guidara, District Library Youth Services Consultant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.