Shoreline STEM Festival and Science Fair this Saturday

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

A room full of science exhibits
like Sink or Float
Photo by Greg Ayers
The Shoreline STEM Festival and Science Fair takes place this Saturday, May 5, from 10am to 1pm at Shoreline Community College, and all are invited! Free parking and admission. 16101 Greenwood Ave N, 98133.

Hosted by Shoreline STEM, a community-driven, all-volunteer non-profit, the event features diverse opportunities for learning about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) that extend beyond the classroom.

A lot of hands-on activities
Photo by Greg Ayers

Bring the whole family for hands on exploration of everything from neuroscience, marine mammals and wetlands ecology to bridge building, solar science and biotechnology.

The arts are represented as well, with exhibits on the science of colors and a chance to draw alongside scientific illustrators.

A wide variety of professional STEM organizations will be there, giving the community a chance to meet them and ask about their work and careers.

Try your hand at science trivia with the Shorewood High School Science Club and investigate the Makerspace phenomenon with MakerLab NW and SoundBio Lab.

Of course there will be robot battles
Photo by Greg Ayers

Chat with K-12 students about their science fair projects and grab a slice of pizza to support transportations costs to nationals for the Shorecrest Technology Student Association team. The newly formed Shoreline Robotics Society and Team Pronto will again host a robotics extravaganza that you won’t want to miss.

Thanks to the support of generous sponsors and Shoreline Community College, admission and parking are absolutely free. People of all ages will find something to enjoy, and kids and teens can visualize a potential future in STEM.

More information and a complete list of exhibitors and sponsors can be found HERE


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