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STEM Workshop

January 13 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

A four part free STEM education program at the Lancaster Free Public Library.

The series explores STEM education and experience as part of the life long learning process in an engaged community. Specifically, the four part series links the sequence and process of making a new monument to  an appreciation for the inventory of public art that shapes the environment and landscape of Lancaster.

Details

Date:
January 13
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Website:
https://lancasterpubliclibrary.org/event/steam-nights/?sd=1578873600

Venue

Lancaster Public Library
125 N. Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17603 United States
Phone:
717-394-2651
Website:
https://lancasterpubliclibrary.org

Organizer

Capitol Preservation Committee
Phone:
717-919-0993
Email:
admin@lancasterpubliclibrary.org

Monthly Events

Boy Scout Graphic Arts Merit Badge Workshop

September 12, October 10

You are invited to a once-in-a-lifetime chance to earn the Graphic Arts merit badge using the 600-year-old letterpress printing process. With minimal advanced preparations, you will be able to leave at the end of the night with the merit badge complete. The workshops are scheduled for March 13, April 10, May 8, September 11 and October 9.

Book Arts Center & Letterpress Studio Renovation

Every Tuesday, 9am – 3pm

Thaddeus Stevens has given us a building on campus to use as a letterpress studio. The old Naval Reserve building on Parkside Avenue built during the Korean War has no insulation or lighting and the windows are metal framed single pane. The renovations to the building will include a HVAC system, energy efficient replacement windows, wall insulation, wall treatment and lighting. JK Mechanical of Willow Street has donated and installed a high efficiency Carrier gas fired furnace and air conditioning system. No internal structural changes will be needed since an open floor plan is most desirable for the center. Your help is needed as we as we prepare this building for our club to use as a training facility as well as offering open shop time for qualified members. Presently help is needed in cleaning the leftovers out of the buiulding.

The Printers at Work

Every Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 12 – 4pm
Every Sunday from 12 – 3pm

Visit the Heritage Press Museum and enjoy a unique demonstration by members of the .918 Club of letterpress printing in America in the early 20th Century.

Club Members Monthly Meeting

Every Fourth Wednesday, 7 – 8:30pm

You are invited to join this group of individuals who are determined to keep the craft of hand set letterpress printing alive and well in Lancaster County.