The Duct Tape Network (DTN) is a series of fun, hands-on maker clubs that encourage children 7-10 to use cardboard, tape, wood, fabric, LED lights, motors, and more to bring their stories and inventions to life.
DTN gives young people the increasingly rare opportunity to build things that they care about. In the process, children have fun, feel good about themselves, and acquire important skills for their lives.
Using low-cost, low-threshold, everyday materials, DTN is about transforming ordinary spaces into extraordinary making spaces.
Waring Librarian Sarah Carlson-Lier along with Waring students will lead this program that is open to the public.