This just in from Metro Parent:
Got a curious kid who loves to create, calculate or code? Perhaps there’s a budding biologist or a tenacious tinkerer in your house? Make sure to mark your calendar for noon-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28.
That’s when Metro Parent’s STEAM + Learning Fair debuts at the Troy Community Center! It’s a primo chance to spark your kids’ interest in science, technology, engineering, arts and math – or stoke the fire if they’re already geeked about these crucial subjects.
It’s actually their all-new spin on an old friend: Education Expo. This revamped event brings back loads of local schools, programs, STEAM-related companies and other top-notch children’s education resources to explore. This time, though, they’re throwing more torque behind the fun for the kiddos.
Swing by to explore a variety of activities and demos, too – all focused on STEAM (that’s science, technology, engineering, arts and math) – like getting hands-on with imagining, designing and building your own city with the Engineering Society of Detroit. They’re also adding face painting, a balloon artist and snacks to the mix.
Parents can still get schooled, too, in our STEAM & Ed Talks. These will touch on future career options and getting kids interested in science, as well as topics like engineering and coding, technology and drones, aerial photography and 3D modeling and more.
Best of all, it’s all FREE! Register today for Metro Parent’s STEAM + Learning Fair to get full STEAM ahead in your child’s education.
This event is sponsored by Michigan Education Savings Program, Michigan Education Trust, Wayne County Community College District, and Crain’s Detroit Business.
Banner by Metro Parent STEAM & Learning Fair