returning spring 2022

Experience the future of learning

Remake Learning Days Across America is an innovative learning festival for families and youth! Taking root in 16 regions, these hands-on and engaging events are designed for kids of all ages at libraries, schools, tech centers, museums, play spaces, community centers and more. Stay tuned for the return of RLDAA in the spring of 2022.

What is Remake Learning Days?

Remake Learning Days is an opportunity for each and every child to experience the future of learning.

The members of the Remake Learning Network create future-ready, hands-on, engaging, relevant, and equitable learning experiences for kids and their families, caregivers, and educators in greater Pittsburgh, West Virginia, and beyond.

To increase awareness of and access to these experiences among all children, parents, families, and communities in our region, Remake Learning launched Remake Learning Days in 2016.

Known as the region’s largest open house of hands-on learning, Remake Learning Days creates a massive showcase of public events and activities involving hundreds of member organizations each year during the months of April and May.

Remake Learning Days includes free events that welcome the public into schools, museums, libraries, afterschool programs, community centers, universities, media labs, tech startups, and more.

In 2019, Remake Learning Days began its spread across America, and in 2021, it took root in over 15 regions. Find out more at


Remake Learning Days 2019 Recap


Free and public events


Local attendees

3.9 Million

Impressions on Twitter


As part of the 2016 launch of Remake Learning Days, more than 100 organizations made commitments to support learning innovation. Philanthropies, businesses, and governments pledged more than $25 million of investment. Program providers announced expansions that would impact more than 400,000 kids and 20,000 educators across southwestern Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Notable Commitments

  • The Pennsylvania Department of Education committed to establishing a statewide STEM education taskforce along with nine regional STEM education stakeholder workgroups.
  • Chevron Appalachia, LLC committed more than $2 million to expand maker learning programs in rural communities across western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and northern West Virginia.
  • An anonymous donor committed more than $2.5 million to promote technology-rich and open-walled educational experiences for youth in populations underrepresented in STEM careers.
  • Google Pittsburgh committed to partner with Remake Learning members throughout the region to give more kids the opportunity to create with technology.