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Tynkertopia has gone online

| March 31, 2020
Tynkertopia has gone online

Tynkertopia is going ONLINE! Even though we are currently closed, we want to engage Tynkertopia kids in some challenges that develop creativity and problem solving. We are using Zoom Meeting to host online gatherings at:  https://zoom.us/j/341778592 – no Zoom account or password needed!

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March Classes and Clubs at Tynkertopia

| March 10, 2020
March Classes and Clubs at Tynkertopia

Please consider attending one or more of the following classes or series of classes (listed alphabetically) offered at Tynkertopia during March 2020. Unless otherwise noted, parents are free to accompany their children to classes and clubs, but they are NOT required to do so.

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Tynkertopia announces August-September Classes, Rummage Sale on Sept. 7

| August 20, 2019
Tynkertopia announces August-September Classes, Rummage Sale on Sept. 7

Tynkertopia, Inc., a non-profit community center in Flagstaff, focusing on creativity, inquiry and STEM/STEAM knowledge and skills, has published its August 2019 Newsletter with information on:

• First Anniversary Bash
• New Fall Hours
• Grants Update
• August-September Classes
• Rummage Sale to Benefit Tynkertopia

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Early Childhood Education returns to CCC. See more local education news here

| August 6, 2019
Early Childhood Education returns to CCC. See more local education news here

Due to one-time state funding, the Early Childhood Education program has returned to the Coconino Community College academic catalog after a nearly 10-year hiatus.

About 20 students can enroll in the program that begins late next month. The courses will be given in-person at the Lone Tree Campus, as well as livestreamed so that students can attend classes at the Fourth Street campus or in Page.

The college will also be bringing on a new full-time instructor specifically for this program.

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Tynkertopia provides safe, welcoming space for students, others to build STEM / STEAM skills

| March 4, 2019
Tynkertopia provides safe, welcoming space for students, others to build STEM / STEAM skills

Those looking for a place to develop their STEM / STEAM skills need look no further than to drop by Tynkertopia on Fourth Street in Flagstaff.Once stepping through the door, students, teachers, parents, artists, crafters, inventors, makers and tynkerers of any age, will find a space where partners work together to share expertise, resources and responsibility for achieving mutual goals, according to founder Dr. Alice Christie.

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