STEM Student Day at Bradbury Highlights High Tech

Staff Report

STEM Student Day is 4-7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13 at the Bradbury Science Museum in downtown Los Alamos.

The event is designed to stimulate interest and inspire young people about possible future careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. The educational event is open to young people in grades 7-11. Space is limited, so register now. 

The program this year will showcase three imaginative programs that all the students will participate in, including: “Show Me Your Muscle,” “How Cell Phones Work,” and “R2D2 and His Band of Robotic Telescopes.” 

All registered students are automatically eligible to win a brand new Kindle Fire HD 8.9.

Students can register at: http://nextbigideala.com/stem-student-day.htm. Registration closes at 5 p.m., Sept. 10.

Music and art follow STEM Day activities starting at 7 p.m.at Ashley Pond.  Co+opRocks!, a music and art based event for teens, kicks off with improv by the High School Theater Department, followed by local musicians including Sonji, Ryan VanCleav, Matt Tapia, Nathan Lindsey, Michelangelo Lobato and Kile Uhlenbrock.

Co+opRocks! art activities are provided by Fuller Lodge Art Center, the Historical Society and the Los Alamos Co+op Market. This event is made possible by support from the Los Alamos Teen Center, the Next Big Idea Festival and the Los Alamos Co+op Market.

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