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On behalf of Voyagers’ Community School, we would like to thank you for making our first Maker EXPO a resounding success.  Over 350 community members, of all ages, were present to enjoy the exhibits and opportunities to interact with a variety of hands-on projects showcasing concepts in science, technology, engineering, art, and math.

Given the excitement and interest expressed in the Maker EXPO, we have decided to offer a Living Green Expo on June 3, 2017. We look forward to opening our doors and our outdoor spaces to more exhibitors, presenters, and visitors. We hope we can count on your participation.  Thank you for your generosity, we consider you a valuable part of our Voyagers’ family.  

Warm Regards,

Karen Giuffre, Founding Director

Allison Milgrom, Maker EXPO Director

Enjoy our photos from the Maker EXPO

Susan, Karen, Mari, and Allison, organizers of the Maker EXPO, were thrilled to see the 350 or more attendees moving from floor to floor, with broad smiles and hands full of innovative items they built.

Karen, our Founding Director, accepts a resolution from the State of New Jersey Legislature, delivered by Senator Jennifer Beck.

Max, Class of 2018, is recognized and awarded the Innovator Award by Tesla Science Foundation.

Julian, Class of 2018, is recognized and awarded the Innovator Award by Tesla Science Foundation.

Makers were invited to record original songs in our sound booths.

Samuel Mason and Julian demonstrate the power of the Tesla Coil.

We all enjoyed a visit from Angel Cry. This was designed, created, and worn by Neilia, a student in our Outdoor School.

Our youngest student and our newest teacher/researcher meet Eatontown Mayor Dennis Connelly.

The student actors and actresses from The Studio on 35 in Eatontown surprised us with a broadway rendition from Hairspray.

Voyagers’ students showed visitors how to create stop motion animation movies.

Children were invited to use our stop-motion animation stations, backdrops, and props.

Dr. Robin Polonet, DVM, shares her knowledge of veterinary chemistry and offers a microscope for a closer look.

Voyagers’ Community School students are thrilled to be recognized for their imagination, innovation, and hard work at school, in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.

Dr. Alexia, from Thrive Veterinary Wellness, talks to children about caring for their pets.

David, the French Fixer, shows Josh how to construct a box with tape, wood, and wood glue.

Children visit the Bricks 4 Kidz table, where they build spirographs with Legos and motors.

Rachel shows visitors how to make LED flowers.

Connect the LED light to the battery, positive to positive.

Entertaining for all ages.

Visitors draw with digital pens, Made LED flowers and built with Keva Blocks.

Visitors learned to build Brush Bots and then battle with each other.

Jane shows children, and adults, how to work with clay. Together a community vessel is built.

Working with clay was quite popular, Children returned again and again. Jane was an excellent teacher.

The Raptor Project provided information and examples of “Birds of Prey” including eagles, hawks, falcons and owls.

Julian demonstrated how he can generate a static charge with a Van De Graff Generator he constructed during Project Week at Voyagers’ Community School.

Max inquires about the plausibility of using drones to capture an internet signal in remote areas of the world.

These young artists show off their paintings created at the Pinot’s Palette table.

Bloxels, a hands-on platform for kids to build, collaborate, and tell stories through video game creation, was among the favorite places to be.

Laura taught children how to make and play old fashion games with the simplest of materials.

Children experienced Virtual Reality.

Families try their hand at flight simulation with drones.

Our Voyagers’ students sold Twinkle Tape, warm socks and a variety of refreshments.

Brittany helped students and customers at the Voyagers’ Cafe.

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Exhibitors

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NJ Raptor Project

Dr. Robin Polonet, DVM, Veterinary Medicine

Bloxels

Bike Demos

French Fix

Investor’s Bank


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Susan Berke Fine Art

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