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April Updates

April showers bring more classes 🙂 Monday (6-7:30) Minecraft Club and Friday (6-9) Gamer Club continue into June, and tickets are now available for all remaining weeks. We have also added the following:

We expect to add some more classes over the next several weeks, including several parent/child creative classes, a Roblox club, robotics clubs, and some more STEAM fun for kids in K-2 and 6-12 (3-5 is pretty well-covered!).

Summer camp registration is also still in full swing, and many camps are starting to get pretty full, so if you’re considering registering grab a spot while you can. For April, the summer2018 discount code will get you 10% off the cost of summer camps.  In addition to our popular topics from the last couple of summers, such as YouTube Stars and Animation All Stars, we have added a few new ones, like Escape the Camp and Maker Camp.

Don’t forget we also have birthday parties! Kids (and adults, we don’t judge) can choose gaming, slime, crafts, and many other activities for parties they won’t forget. Sign up for a party in April and get a voucher for one free session of Gamer Club at the party, as our gift to the guest of honor. 

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Spring 2 Classes

The second round of spring classes for kids in 2018 will start the first week in April. Here’s what we currently have scheduled:

The following ongoing classes will also continue, into June:

If you’d like us to add STEAM Lab Open Play, YouTube Star, or any other classes, please contact us and we’ll try to fit them into the schedule.

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Classes for January-June 2018

Happy New Year! We are mostly moved in to our amazing, new, 4,000+ square foot space. Most of our classes for January through mid-June have been added to the web site, and we will be adding our summer camps very soon. You can save 10% on most of them through 1/15/2018 with the happynewyear discount code.

Members always save 20% on all Open Play labs, and 10% on most other events. Not already a member? Sign up for a membership before you register for any classes, to get the discounts.

Here’s a list of everything we have scheduled so far (* denotes Open Play, which is 20% off for members):

We hope to add some more in the coming weeks, so check our web site and social media for updates. If you would like us to add a specific class, please let us know! We’ll do our best to accommodate you.

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Simple Slime

Let’s craft some slime! This is a fool-proof recipe for making your own slime. It will never fail. We promise!

Download a printable PDF with these instructions.


  • 1 plastic cup
  • 1 popsicle stick
  • 1 plastic bag
  • tablespoon(s)
  • water
  • glue
  • borax solution
  • food coloring
  • mix-ins


  1. Add 1 pump (about 1 tablespoon) of glue to the cup.
  2. Now add 1 tablespoon of water to the cup, and stir with the popsicle stick. This is the glue solution.
  3. Add 1-2 drops of food coloring to the glue solution, if you wish.
  4. If mix-ins, such as glitter, are available, stir some into the glue solution.
  5. Add 1 tablespoon of the borax solution to the glue solution, and stir. Keep stirring until it gets thick. Your slime is done when you can pick up your popsicle stick and most of the slime comes with it! If that doesn’t happen, carefully add a bit more borax solution.
  6. Once the slime is nice and thick, pull it off the stick, and knead with your hands. It should get less sticky.
  7. When you are done kneading, place the slime in a plastic bag for safekeeping.

To scale for a full bottle of glue (4 oz) use 4 tbsp water and 4 tbsp borax solution, and mix in a bowl instead of a cup.

We make large batches of the borax solution by mixing 4 tablespoons of borax with 2 quarts of hot water in a plastic container. Shake the container until the borax dissolves, and you’ll have enough borax solution to make a LOT of slime!