Saturday, September 25, 2021
12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
CenterPlace Regional Event Center

2426 N. Discovery Place
Spokane, Valley, WA 99216

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STEM Showcase in Spokane Valley

  • Learn all about the Eastern Washington Regional Science and Engineering Fair held in Spokane in the spring.  It’s for all students in grades 6-12 to learn about companies in Pullman, UW Medical School, WSU Health Sciences campus, Spokane School District and about 40 local teachers. It is a research project competition for students in STEM as well as a STEM festival.

  • EWU CSTEM (College of STEM) including: Forensics (Chemistry/biochemistry); Geosciences; Environmental Science; Biology; Computer Science/Electrical Engineering/Mathematics.
  • Girl Scouts and STEM – The Girl Scouts of Eastern WA and North ID are Changing the World with Science, Technology, Engineering, and MathGirls are natural-born scientists! They look at the world around them with inquisitive eyes, experiment and push boundaries, and learn as they go. We introduce Girl Scouts of every age to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to help them see how they can actually improve the world—whether they’re discovering how a car’s engine runs, learning to manage finances, or caring for animals.

West Valley Outdoor Learning Center

The goal of the Outdoor Learning Center is to connect students to nature. It’s a teaching and learning facility for students and teachers in grades Pre K-College. Their site includes several teaching stations that give students opportunities to learn about the varied ecosystems of Eastern WA. Students spend their time learning about topics such as plants, wildlife, geology, water ecology, and conservation just to name a few! Their campus features two classroom buildings with many things to see and interact with, live and taxidermied animal displays, several ponds and streams, and many native plant species. Their facility has tortoises, boa constrictor, turtles, geckos, bearded dragon, falcon, Madagascar hissing cockroaches, guinea pigs, and African cichlids. They also have a raptor sanctuary with educational birds including a pair of great horned owls. Come see who they bring from their menagerie to Valleyfest!