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Experiential Learning Spaces

Experiential Learning is learning by doing. It is an interactive and hands on process. In this process the learner is driven by their individual questions and objectives. The Experiential Learning Team provides the platform and resources for learners to observe, experience, practice and refine skills related to the arts, STEM, and the preservation of stories. The Experiential Learning Staff develops methods to challenge and engage learners and guide them in the development of the skills they need in order to define and refine their questions and meet their individual objectives.

We currently have these spaces dedicated to Experential Learning:

Northside Branch
1733 Russell Cave Rd.

The mission of the Digital Studio is to provide library customers with access to cutting edge video, photo and graphics editing programs. 

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Central Library
140 East Main Street

This space invites children and students to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math through hands-on experiences. Programming events targeted toward elementary and middle-school aged students include Build Your Own Lightsaber, Green screen Magic, 3-D Puzzles, Musical Fun with Specdrums, Recording in the Audio booth, and so much more!

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Central Library
Kloiber Foundation STEAM Lab
Wednesday, December 7th, 3:30PM to 4:30PM
Central Library
Kloiber Foundation STEAM Lab
Saturday, December 10th, 2:00PM to 3:00PM
Central Library
Kloiber Foundation STEAM Lab
Wednesday, December 14th, 3:30PM to 4:30PM

Eastside Branch
3000 Blake James Drive

Located on the second floor of Eastside Branch, the Makerspace is a collaborative workspace for making, learning, exploring, and sharing. Through the intersections of technology, science, art, and culture, the space encourages entrepreneurship, personal growth, and artistic expression.

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Conference Room D @ Central Library

Conference Room D is available to non-profit, for profit, educational, and community organizations who serve youth and teen populations.  To reserve Conference Room D please contact Julie Scalos at jscalos@lexpublib.org.



Meeting rooms are free of charge. Electric appliances and heating elements are prohibited.   

Click here for more information on Conference Room D