Tue Jan 3, 3:30 PM - Wed Mar 8, 5:00 PM (EST)

CMU, Education and Human Services Building, room 134, 195 Ojibway Ct, Mount Pleasant, MI
This 8-week, self-contained spring campaign -- The City Watch -- may have an eerie similarity to those who participated in the fall, though newcomers are certainly welcome.

Tue Jan 3, 5:00 PM - Wed Mar 8, 6:30 PM (EST)

CMU, Education and Human Services Building, room 134, 195 Ojibway Ct, Mount Pleasant, MI
This 8-week, self-contained spring campaign -- The City Watch -- may have an eerie similarity to those who participated in the fall, though newcomers are certainly welcome.

Sat Jan 28, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)

CMU, Education and Human Services Building, room 134, 195 Ojibway Ct, Mount Pleasant, MI
Spend your Saturday morning with other 4th - 9th grade students in a series of Smash Bros. battles where players face off against each other in as many rounds as we can accommodate.

Sat Jan 28, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EST)

Where do the bugs go in winter?. What does it mean when I see a cardinal on the first frost?. How do deer stay warm?. Does everything die in the pond when it's cold?.

Sat Jan 28, 1:00 - 3:00 PM (EST)

CMU, Education and Human Services Building, room 134, 195 Ojibway Ct, Mount Pleasant, MI
Spend your Saturday afternoon with other 7th - 12th graders in a series of Smash Bros. battles where players face off against each other in as many rounds as we can accommodate.

Wed Feb 1, 4:00 - 5:30 PM (EST)

CMU, Education and Human Services Building, room 134, 195 Ojibway Ct, Mount Pleasant, MI
makeSHIFT is monthly student event is a combination of guided activity and free maker play. The goal, each month, is to foster curiosity, creativity, and community. We aim to do this by exposing students to a wide variety of maker materials and tools that they will apply to the particular monthly project. Along with specific skills, students are likely to practice problem-solving, perseverance, patience, flexible thinking, and collaboration. Closing this event with free play, is our way of elevating students' need for voice and choice as valued members of our maker community.