Just Two Days Until the Largest Celebration of Science & Engineering!

i-6eeaf646bc8ecd26bf0dd149276dd45a-molecula-photo.jpgThe 2nd USA Science & Engineering Festival has finally arrived! The Expo will take place this weekend at the Walter E Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. The hours are Saturday from 10-6 and Sunday from 10-4. Evening shows are also scheduled for the weekend including the Stargazing Party with Bill Nye and Featured Author Panel Discussion- Science Stories in Society & School: Using Narrative to Bridge the Gap.

The Festival will be packed with entertainment for the whole family with 3,000 amazing hands-on exhibits and over 150 incredible stage shows. This FREE event is perfect for all ages and has something special for just about everyone. We have created "thematic tracks"' including Tiny Animal Lovers, Math is Really Fun, Be a Robotics Engineer, Nuclear to Stellar and much more to make your Festival experience fun, easy and enjoyable. Please visit our Plan Your Day Section on our website for all your Festival questions. And be sure to download our free Festival App to stay connected to the Expo using your mobile device. Iphone users can download the app here and Android users can download the app here.

We thank you for all of your support and look forward to seeing you this weekend! Please enjoy this awesome video created by Festival Founder Larry Bock's talented daughter:

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Thanks Amy! We will see you then!

By Carly O'Brien (not verified) on 26 Apr 2012 #permalink

I'm volunteering for the SETI Institute Sunday morning (helping to man the Kepler exhibit) and the Planetary Society Sunday afternoon. I just hope I have time to see the rest of what's going on.

Thank you! As a volunteer you get the behind the scenes look! Enjoy!

By Carly O'Brien (not verified) on 27 Apr 2012 #permalink

Next year, I am SO there! This year the best I can do is post & blog in support of the Festival. Anybody living with a child within a hundred miles of Washington DC should attend and nurture the next generation of STEM leaders.