Dec 05 Tuesday
Koch Funeral Home has partnered with Juniper at Brookline.
The holiday season can be a difficult time for anyone who has experienced the death of someone special. For four weeks, we will offer an education and support/discussion group with time to talk, share and learn about how to journey through what can be difficult times
Please RSVP or for additional questions or information email Jackie@JackieHook.com or call (814)404-0546.
When: Tuesdays. November 28 to December 19, 2023Time: 4:30 pm - 6:00 pmWhere: Juniper at Brookline, 1950 Cliffside Drive, State College, PA 16801
Dec 07 Thursday
Science Adventures at Discovery SpaceBest for ages 3-5 | Thursdays 10:30a-11aSeptember 14 - December 14
Join us every Thursday to explore science through a story and hands-on activities for you and your children to do together.
This pre-K program is FREE for members and a great place to meet other parents, grandparents, and caregivers of young children!
Arrive early or stay after the program to explore 5,000 square feet of hands-on STEM exhibits. The science center opens at 10am and there is no time limit on your visit.
Younger children are welcome to participate with their parent/caregiver. Parent/Caregiver must stay in the room with their child. This is not a drop-off program.
Non-members receive the program for free with paid general admission. $7/person, under 3 years old free.
Family memberships start at $105/year. If this is your first time visiting and you aren't sure about a membership, you can visit and pay general admission to start. Once your child has a blast, you can apply what you paid for the visit to an annual family membership. Memberships include 2 adults and all of the children living in one household. Members receive discounts on camps, birthday parties, and free admission to Discovery Space plus hundreds of other science centers across the US through the ASTC Passport program.
For the most up-to-date information on changes in our schedule due to weather or other events, please see our Facebook page.You can also call 814-234-0200 or email FrontDesk@DiscoverySpace.org.
Dec 08 Friday
We are partnering with Major League Hacking and CareerLink to put on a local in-person STEM event that runs concurrently with MLH Global Hack Week. Inviting interested junior/senior high students or adults interested in this technology. We have all heard of the cloud and with so much of our digital life is stored there we are getting together to learn about how it all works.
Each year, Major League Hacking powers over 300 weekend-long invention competitions that inspire innovation, cultivate communities and teach computer science skills to more than 500,000 developers around the world.
Dec 8th 9AM-12:30PMSouth Hills School of Business & Technology - Altoona Campus508 58th StreetAltoona, PA 16602
We will have food, prizes, and the event is free.
Our "Hack the Cloud" sessions are going to include topics such as:
Scavenger Hunt CTF in the Clouds - Capture the Flag (CTF) taking place in the clouds. We will hunt for hidden "flags" in the cloud while learning about web technologies, APIs, web development tools, network protocols, and cloud servers.
Build Your Own Minecraft Server - Create your own Minecraft Server in the cloud and learn some of the internet technology on the way - then PLAY!
Cloud Security - US Department of Defense(DoD) Style - We will look at some of the security techniques that are used by the US Department of Defense when securing top secret systems in the cloud.
Computers Worldwide - We will create 3 servers on 3 different continents and get them to work together...what could they do for us?
Build on the Cloud - Create your first website and have it hosted for free in the cloud on GitHub.
Wiggle & Shake Fridays at Discovery SpaceBest for ages 1-5 Fridays 10-11amSeptember 15-December 15
Join us for a variety of STEM games designed for kids ages 5 years old and younger and their adult. Bring your family and friends and drop-in anytime during the hour.
This preK program is free for members and a great place to meet other parents, grandparents, and caregivers of young children!
Come for the program and then stay after to explore 5,000 square feet of hands-on STEM exhibits. The science center opens at 10am and there is no time limit on your visit.
Family memberships start at $105/year. If this is your first time visiting and you aren't sure about a membership, you can visit and pay general admission to start. Once your child has a blast, you can apply what you paid for the visit to an annual family membership. Membership include 2 adults and all of the children living in one household. Members receive discounts on programs, camps, birthday parties, and free admission to Discovery Space plus hundreds of other science centers across the US through the ASTC Passport program.
Business Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 10am-5pmClosed Monday and Tuesday
Penn State Extension educators will lead this webinar training, “Question, Persuade and Refer,” developed by the QPR Institute. Participants can learn to recognize warning signs of suicide in friends, coworkers, family members or neighbors in need.
Designed for all people, regardless of profession, who are concerned about helping others, QPR is an emergency mental health intervention intended to interrupt a crisis and direct someone to proper care. Attendees will discuss potential scenarios and engage in active listening and persuasion techniques.
Sponsorship will be provided to residents of Clearfield and Jefferson counties. Penn State Extension offers this event free of charge, but participants must register by 11:59 p.m. the day before the event to receive the link to access the webinar. The recording link will not be available after the webinar.
More information is available on the Penn State Extension website at https://extension.psu.edu/qpr-clearfield-jefferson.
HELP PREVENT SUICIDE. Suicide prevention training webinars aim to save lives. Learn steps you can take to save a life and reduce suicidal behaviors in your community. Question, Persuade and Refer is an emergency health intervention program designed to give you practical tools and techniques to address and prevent suicide. Gain insights to recognize warning signs of suicide in friends, coworkers, family members or neighbors in need.
Anyone concerned about helping others may participate in QPR. Discuss potential scenarios and engage active listening and persuasion techniques.
Dec 09 Saturday
Youth Workshop HoursAges 8-14 | Saturdays 10a-12pm in The RivetSeptember 16 – December 16Register in advance $25 | Drop-in $30Use The Rivet main entrance located beside the large garage door.
Get ready to unleash your creativity with the guidance of our skilled staff and instructors in The Rivet. These hours are meant to replicate the ways that adults use The Rivet. Kids can choose which projects they would like to work on during the 2 hours. Choose from pottery, 3D printing, woodworking, and more! Some activities change each week.
This is a drop-off program for kids.
What is The Rivet?The Rivet is a makerspace designed for community members who want to take creative or technical classes, learn a new hobby, or use our equipment for their own projects. Several small businesses also work in our space. Many of our classes are taught by community members who want to share their skill.
Outside of youth hours, workshop hours are for adults 18+. Equipment areas include: woodworking, metalworking, woodturning, welding, pottery, laser cutter, large format printer, embroidery machines and textiles area, 3D printers, jewelry making, electronics, bike repair, and more.The Rivet is part of Discovery Space, a nonprofit lifelong learning organization aimed at sparking creativity and curiosity for all ages. Classes and other information are detailed at TheRivet.org
Email or call for a tour: TheRivet@DiscoverySpace.org or 814-234-0200 x224
Our holiday traditions and symbols come from nature. Find out about this fascinating folklore and make a beautiful wreath made from natural materials to take home for the holidays. Pre-registration required by calling park office at 814-695-6807, $15.00 fee per participant, per wreath. You must pay fee BEFORE the workshop.Wentz Education Center classroom