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Cultivating creative problem solvers by connecting families to quality STEM learning and career resources.

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Newton’s Road works with regional partners to champion, support and increase access to outstanding learning and career opportunities for our youth in the interrelated fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

​We believe that celebrating and investing in STEM learning excellence from an early age is essential to the ability for more of our children to live, work and raise their families locally and for them to thrive in the rapidly evolving global economy wherever they live. Today more than ever, it is critical that we work together as a community to coordinate regional resources for their benefit and the benefit of the overall economic outlook for our region.
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Upcoming STEM Events

Fun with Recycling!

-September 4
SEEDS is hosting four youth activities during this year's Sara Hardy Farmers Market season.
Activity for All: Race to beat the clock by sorting the recycling! See how much you can keep out of the landfill!

Identifying Plants with Poesis Farm

-August 21
SEEDS is hosting four youth activities during this year's Sara Hardy Farmers Market season.
Activity for All: Meet the resident farmers of the SEEDS Farm at Historic Barns Park and learn about plant identification.

TADL STEAM/Maker Group at Friday Night Live

-August 9th and August 23rd
The TADL STEAM/ Maker group will be hosting a table at Friday Night Live, in downtown Traverse City, on both August 9th and August 23rd. The tables will be STEAM-focused with hands-on activities.  We hope to see you there. 

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Out of this world: Astronauts to speak in Traverse City

TRAVERSE CITY — Charlie Bolden's life has been shaped by nevers.

Growing up as a African American in the segregated South, Bolden never expected to be a U.S. Navy pilot, never intended to become a U.S. Marine, never dreamed of being an astronaut, never thought of going to space.

Former NASA Astronauts To Visit TC For Events

Traverse City students and community members will have a chance to hear from several former NASA astronauts at two upcoming events on April 3.

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Aug-Sep Families First Column

In this column, you will find ideas on how to help your kids reach their full learning potential. How do we effectively apply are natural ability to learn in a school or work environment?

Aug-Sep Newton's Road Column

We are fortunate to live in such a beautiful, clear and unique place to observe the night sky. Currently, only 1% of the US population lives in a region with dark sky viewing. This is a great time of year for families to explore the night sky. In this column, you will find some of the best Northern Michigan sites for viewing the night sky and resources for engaging kids.

June-July Newton's Road Column

What does STEM look like as a family? This column explores how activities such as walking in the woods or going to the beach can be naturally occurring STEM activities.