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Montana Science and Engineering Festival

Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Bobcat Stadium

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

Supported by:

  • MSEF
  • MSGC
  • MSU COE
  • MSU CLS
  • MSU Bookstore
  • Jake Peterson Photography
  • Museum of the Rockies
  • American Computer Museum
  • Year of Engaged Leadership

Contact:
Connie Nelson Depner
Montana Science and Engineering Festival Coordinator
Office: 406 Cobleigh Hall
Phone: 994-1753
Email: MT.STEM.Festival@gmail.com



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