Kids snapping up Cranberry’s Lego classes
Is there anything Legos can’t do? From now through this spring, children 5 to 14 years of age will discover, through a series of single-session classes offered in Cranberry Township, that Lego bricks can be used to create a huge assortment of imaginative projects inspired by popular electronic games including Minecraft, Angry Birds, and Pokemon.
Altogether, five creative sessions featuring Lego bricks will be offered by Cranberry’s Parks & Recreation Department with instruction from Snapology – a Pittsburgh-based company founded by two sisters with backgrounds in mathematics and science. They include:
· Angry Birds Workshop. Build characters from the game and movie. For kids 5 to 12, Sunday, February 12, 2:30 to 4:00 PM. Resident program fee: $25; non-residents $30.
· Pokemania Workshop. Become a great Pokemon explorer, builder and trainer. For kids age 5 to 12. Sunday, March 5 from 2:30 to 4:00 PM. Program fee is $25 for Cranberry residents, $30 for non-residents.
· Minecraft Epic. Experienced Minecraft users create ideas using Lego bricks. For children 7 through 14, Sunday, April 30, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Program fee for Cranberry residents is $35; non-resident fee is $40.
· Superheroes. Create comic strip adventures, for kids 5 to 12, Saturday, May 13, noon to 2:00 PM. Cranberry resident program fee $28, non-residents $33.
Registration for Snapology classes is available in person at the Cranberry Township Municipal Center Parks & Recreation Information Desk, online at the Township Web site, www.cranberry4FUN.com/Register, or by phone at 724-779-4FUN (4386). Program fees are payable at the time of registration.Visit Event Website for More Info