Rentals

Meet Marci Javril, a renter and volunteer extraordinaire at reDiscover Center! When Marci is not tirelessly promoting reDiscover Center she teaches a series of classes on head massages by renting the front studio space. Thank you Marci! reDiscover has many evening and some day time rental space available throughout the year. Weekend and weekday evenings plus some...

A Culture of Safety

One of reDiscover’s favored phrases is “A Culture of Safety.” It’s the name of our core professional development workshop and top of mind for our facilitators in all of our programs. Culture is subtle, social, diverse, and vastly important. As the business aphorism goes, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” A teacher with a great...

Tinkering@Home 2

Young minds have a distinct advantage: their minds are flexible in a way that adult minds aren't. They have great capacity for imagining wild combinations, they're open to learning new things (it is their full-time job, after all), and they are capable of extremely inventive solutions. With this in mind, have your young tinkerers...

ReDiscover Yourself: Making a 3D Selfie

Part of the magic of reDiscover Center is that you never know exactly what materials might be waiting for you to explore! Facilitator Caitlin Dobbin found an empty coffee canister, tongue depressor, bottle caps, beads, yarn, lanyard, twine, burlap, straws, film negatives, moveable sign letters, puzzle pieces, metal clips and cardboard rings and, with...

Tinkering@Home

What exactly is tinkering? A question we often get asked at reDiscover Center. Our response? Tinkering is more than just making things. It?s experimenting, letting your creativity loose, letting yourself fail and learning from the experience. Tinkering is a way of expanding your mind and your conceptions about what can be done, and more...

Upcycled Helmet Mask

This is the second installment of mask-making here at reDiscover Center! Today we are looking at helmet masks: a simple way of wearing a mask that keeps whatever you have created securely attached to your head. The base material to work with is cardboard (a personal favorite). Start by cutting out the shape of...

Reindeer

The holidays are here! Now is a great time to make a gift for someone on your list. Here at reDiscover Center we have created some very cute reindeer for the season with simple tinkering skills. The reindeer?s body and head are both made from cylinder-shaped pieces of wood that were cut down to...

Fantastical Car

Have you ever dreamed of a car that is also a house? A car that can fly? A car that is also a boat? Well look no further! At reDiscover Center this can become a reality. The basic principle of making a toy car is simple. As long as you have two axles underneath...

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