Welcome to the Whitewater Makerspace. We are a non-profit that is dedicated to bringing STEM and STEAM to people of all ages.
MakerCamp participants get hands-on with Little Bits circuit pieces.
A MakerCamp participant inspects his Little Bits circuit.
MakerCamp participants construct a circuit with Little Bits.
MakerCamp participants learn how to use a MaKey MaKey to turn fruits and vegetables into computer keys.
A MakerCamp participant uses a MaKey MaKey to play a computer-generated piano.
A MakerCamp participant races his brush bot around the track during a MakerCamp workshop.
Participants in a MakerCamp session make Brush Bots with the help of WMS board members Meghan and Gordon.
A happy participant in the Brush Bots session of MakerCamp.
MakerCamp participants assemble their Brush Bots.
A MakerCamp participant watches his Brush Bot as it moves around the track.
WMS board members help MakerCamp participants assemble Brush Bots.
East Troy Lions Public Library librarian Nancy welcomes kids to Let's Make
Participants in the Let's Make workshop play with Little Bits
Participants in the Let's Make workshop use a MaKey MaKey and fresh fruits and vegetables to play a piano
A girl at Let's Make gets her hands in some blue corn starch slime
Corn starch, water, and food coloring combine to make an interesting slime that changes from a liquid to a solid when it is played with
Kids get hands-on with science when they play with corn starch slime at the Let's Make workshop
Whitewater Makerspace Board member Gene helps Let's Make participants with their Little Bits creations
Whitewater Makerspace Board member Brienne works with Let's Make participants with Little Bits