Join the museum interpreter to learn about what is inside of electronics that you use everyday. Your task will be to take apart supplied electronics of your choice with tools. Next, you will discover how different products were put together, on assembly lines during the Industrial Revolution. With the use of the right kind of tools and safety gear, you will use your knowledge of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) to take these components apart while discovering ways to recycle them. You can make jewelry or any work of art that you can imagine with those parts. This program is free and open to everyone. Please call the museum at (870) 725-2877 to reserve a spot.