Frankenstein Day

Program Description: 

This family-friendly program explores the ethics and responsibilities that accompany scientific research through the use of fun, hands-on, educational activities. This past year, children and adults alike constructed their own monstrous creations at stations like Frankentoy, Scribble Bot, Monster Mask, and Battery Stacks, while incorporating some of the science that inspired Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein." 

 

Here are some photos from Frankenstein Day 2019: 

 

Parents and children gather for Frankentoy ActivityChildren Create Monster MasksChildren create monster masks (2)A child looks at his monster mask in the mirrorOutreach Volunteer helps child with Battery Stacks activity

 

When: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM, Saturday, Dec 14, 2019
Where: Princeton Public Library, 3rd floor
Other Information: Free & open to the public--free parking available (see map below for directions)

Frankenstein Day FlyerPrinceton Public Library on a map