Montana Science and Engineering Festival
Join MSU, The Museum of the Rockies, and The American Computer & Robotics Museum for the first annual Montana Science & Engineering Festival. This great event for all ages is FREE and open to the public. Events include live music, rocket launches & robot races, a climbing wall, face painting, a weather balloon launch, a Headwaters Dance Company performance, and much more including the breaking of the Guinness World Record for the largest astronomy lesson ever - be part of something officially amazing on Saturday, September 21 from 10AM to 2PM at Bobcat Stadium!
A fun-filled day of interactive, hands-on activities making science accessible to everyone.
Great for all ages. FREE and open to the public. Events include live music, special solar viewing telescopes, pop-bottle rocket launches & robot races, climbing wall, face painting, weather balloon launch, Headwaters Dance Company performance, and much more.
We will be breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest astronomy lesson ever - be part of something officially amazing!
Café Scientifique presents
- "Small Town Satellites: The Story of Montana State's first satellite in space" by Ehson Mosleh
- Saturday's Festival events will kick off with a 5k Space Race at 9AM
- MSU COE
- MSU CLS
- MSU Bookstore
- Jake Peterson Photography
- Museum of the Rockies
- American Computer Museum
- Year of Engaged Leadership
Connie Nelson Depner
Montana Science and Engineering Festival Coordinator
Office: 406 Cobleigh Hall
The cost of this event is: Free
For more information go to:
For questions regarding this event, please contact:
Museum of the Rockies