All programs are free of charge.

This summer, students created gizmos at public libraries in Bath, Yarmouth, Monmouth, Damariscotta, Gorham, and Windham.

Now Registering

Sign up now for the following programs, conducted in partnership with the Maine State Library.

  • Wells - September 12 - RoboPots at Wells Public Library.  Contact Jade Austin.
  • Ellsworth - September 19 - RoboPots at Ellsworth Public Library.  Contact Keli Gancos.
  • Westbrook - September 22 - RoboPots at Walker Memorial Library.  Contact Kara Reiman.
  • Sanford - September 26 - RoboPots at Goodall Memorial Library.  Contact Deidre Walsh.
  • Auburn - September 29 - RoboPots at Auburn Public Library.  Contact Deb Cleveland.
  • Winslow - October 18 - RoboPots at Winslow Public Library.  Contact Samantha (Sam) Cote.
  • Damariscotta - November 3 - Invisible Xylophone at Skidompha Library in Damariscotta.  Contact Sophie Gagnon.
  • Liberty - November 7 & 14 - RoboPots at Liberty Library.  Contact Barb Rehmeyer.
  • Bar Harbor - November 10 - RoboPots at Jesup Memorial Library in Bar Harbor.  Contact Mae Corrion.
  • Fort Fairfield - November 17 - Fort Fairfield Public Library.  Contact Diana Leighton.

About the Programs

We currently have two active programs:  RoboPots and Invisible Xylophone.

  • During RoboPots, students craft clay plant pots and then rig the electronics to make the pots self-watering.  More information on RoboPots is here.

Want your Maine public library, school, or after-school program to host a Gizmo Garden program?  Ask your librarian or teacher to contact us.

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