The Great Adventure Lab facilitated a Lego Robotics Workshop to approximately 40 children on September 19, 2015, at the Czech Embassy. The children, ages 7-10, had a chance to participate in the free workshop through a robot drawing competition created by the Embassy of the Czech Republic. Each child received a certificate, a bag full of legos, and the opportunity to participate in the workshop. The event began with a discussion with Cultural Attache Robert Rehak who spoke about Karel Capek, known for his play R.U.R. (Rossum's Universal Robots) which made famous the word robot. The children presented their creations and then paired up to create lego robots - a goalie and a goal keeper. Great Adventure Lab provided teachers who guided the children through a computer program to make the robots. The activity proved to be popular with the children who grinned from ear to ear when they achieved the goal of making the lego robots come to life. Check out pictures from the workshop!