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Learn Soldering and DIY Electronics Fundamentals

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Emily – Old Post Office | July 15, 2021

Learn a new hands-on technology skill with the new Intro to Soldering and Circuits program on July 24th at 11 am. Register now!

Don’t have soldering equipment? No problem – one week before the program soldering kits are available for pick up at the Old Post Office.

These kits can be borrowed once registrants complete a waiver at the time of pick up. Along with the soldering equipment that you borrow, you also pick up the electronic components kit that you may keep for free!

Join us to learn basic tips and tricks of soldering, explore solar power, current, and more.

Soldering is a basic skill needed for DIY'ers, whether you want to build your own electronics or just do some simple repairs. It's an inexpensive and simple skill to learn.

Electronics kits to create a burglar alarm can be picked up for free one week ahead of the program at the Old Post Office Branch.

Soldering Iron Kits can be borrowed from the Old Post Office using your library card. Ages 12 and up can try this activity with a signed waiver from parents.

Waivers must be filled out when you arrive for kit pickup. Kits can be picked up at the Old Post Office beginning one week ahead of the program.

This program is delivered through Zoom.