CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Students will be showcasing their experiments, inventions, and research at Chappaqua's annual STEM Fest Saturday.
The third annual Chappaqua annual STEM Fest will be Saturday at Bell Middle School from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with more than 300 students expected to participate.
Visitors will see a range of projects including rocketry; upcycling; facial recognition; 3D video; hydroponics; cardiovascular research; computer recycling; eel migration research; handcrafted knives; and a tennis ball launcher.
In addition, local and national companies will run hands-on activities at the STEM Fest. Students will be able to explore chemistry, robotics, computer programming and solar energy technology.
“In just three short years, the Chappaqua STEM Fest has become a much-anticipated event in Chappaqua,” said Lori Morton, chair of the Chappaqua PTA STEM Committee. “The enthusiasm, creativity, and innovations of our students, from kindergarteners to high school seniors, makes for a fun and inspiring day."
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