Some of our awesome youth even brought projects that they had made. I'm not much of a cat person, but I would reconsider if I had the Kit-Kat 3000 to automatically feed my cat for me.
Community members are getting excited for the new space and all of the opportunities it will bring to the valley.
We spoke with one of the women that came, Annie Gilbert from Hawaii.
"I know that the Cache Makers invent and make things. It's a hands-on thing for the kids," she said.
Even though Annie is only visiting Cache Valley for two more weeks, she came to the open house to show her support.
"I got to play with Sphero a little earlier. I was very nervous and I kept bashing into the walls," Gilbert said.
Two of the youth attendees, Jairous and Joseph, agreed to speak with us.
"I've been involved for about two months. I really like it," said Jairous. "I learned how to make a flashlight, use resistors, and LEDs."
Both Jairous and Joseph were playing with Sphero for the first time.
"I've never played with Sphero before," said Joseph. "It's fun to figure out."
A student from Utah State University, Matt, came to show his support as well.
"I'm in athletic training, but I'm going to school for instructional design," he said. "I took a craft technology class that got me interested in stuff like this."
We can't wait to use this new space for our summer camps that are fast approaching. Thank you to those who came out and showed their support. We look forward to seeing you again!