Lock Picking for Beginners

Lock Picking for Beginners

Saturday, February 15

10:00 am - 11:30 am

Did you know that lock-picking is a widely growing hobby in the maker community? A pin-tumbler lock is a puzzle waiting to be solved. It combines manual dexterity, patience, and problem solving. We provide everything that you need to learn how to open simple pin-tumbler locks, learn which locks are secure and which are not, and have a great time doing it! We also cover local and federal laws surrounding this hobby.

Registration required. Click here to register.

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Maple Sugaring: How it all Works – K thru 2nd Grade (Reading Room/Auditorium)

Maple Sugaring: How it all Works – K thru 2nd Grade (Reading Room/Auditorium)

Saturday, February 15

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Maple trees will soon be waking up as hints of spring start to arrive.  Join us as we learn about making maple syrup from those trees.  Donna Dione, a “Backyard Sugarer” for over 25 years, will share her experiences and equipment for turning maple sap into maple syrup. We’ll have some hands-on fun making a couple of maple crafts along with learning how to tap a tree. There will even be a chance to have a little taste of some real Connecticut maple syrup!

Registration for this program is required. To do so, please call 203. 488. 1441 ext. 321 or click here.

This program is made possible by the Allan Louis Loeb Foundation

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