Hundreds of K-12 Students Expected at CCCC Campus Saturday

A day-long immersion in real-life STEM projects...
"Science on the Street" will be held at CCCC on October 21st (Cape Cod STEM Network photo)

From Cape Cod Community College:

We are excited to once again to hold Science on the Street Cape Cod Festival at Cape Cod Community College, and it is free and open to all!

Science on the Street is a day-long immersion in how science, technology, engineering, and math come into play—and work—in real life, right here on Cape Cod. 

Exhibits will be held at Cape Cod Community College from 11:00am-4:00pm this Saturday, October 21, 2017.  This is a great event is for the whole family!  Build structures, explore chemistry, experience Lego robotics, launch rockets, and even more to see and do! Food will be available for purchase, and all exhibits are handicapped accessible.  

Being a part of Science on the Street is a great way to share STEM with students, scientists, teachers, parents, and community member who are curious about STEM fields. Everyone is welcome to participate and inspire more STEM learning.

Cambridge Science Festival/Science on the Street is participating with us again this year. They are in their 12th year and we are grateful to team up with them again for another Science on the Street event.  

Joining them will be many exhibitors and demonstrations from the entire region:

  • 4C's Engineering Program 
  • 4C's Aviation Maintenance Technology Program
  • 6th Warning Squadron
  • Cambridge Science Festival/Science on the Street
  • Cape Cod Community College
  • Cape Cod Community Media Center
  • Cape Cod Makers
  • Cape Cod Maritime Museum
  • Cape Cod Regional STEM Network
  • Cape Cod Technology Council
  • Coastal Free Learners
  • Empow Studios
  • Girls Who Code
  • Kurt Giessler Foundation for Youth Achievement
  • Mad Science of Southern MA & RI
  • Mobile MakerSpace
  • National Marine Life Center
  • Nauset Model Railroad Club
  • Pleasent Bay Community Boating 
  • Ocean Protection Advocacy Kids, Inc. 
  • Sandwich STEM Academy
  • St. Margaret Regional School
  • U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps--Gosnold Division
  • Whydah Pirate Museum
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