Family STEAM Night Vendors and Presenters will be located in different areas on all levels of the Future of Flight Aviation Center.
Flight school coloring activity, FPG-9 glider activity, and Jetstream Airplane activity with Aerolab activities
Kids can learn basic soldering techniques and create a mini flashlight
Will highlight materials science and engineering
View sample airplane materials made by robots and learn how airplanes are constructed
Explore books about STEAM
Stormtroopers from the 501st Legion will be available for photos and interaction
Build a flying machine and test in a vertical wind tunnel
Watch Jedi perform an interactive lightsaber show throughout the event
Kizzy Jones author, "A Tall Tale about a Dachshund and a Pelican"
Ms. Jones will read her book, which illustrates why pelicans can fly and Dachshunds can’t
Sponsored by Seattle Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi
- TSA Club: Visitors will design and test a wind powered boat
- Rocketry Team: Students will make a paper rocket and stomp to launch 10’-15’ in the air
- STEM Program - IATRIX21: See how robotic arms are constructed
- Robotics Team: Will be demonstrating their robots used in robotics competitions and see how robotic arms are constructed.
Generously provided gift bags for Family STEAM Night - stop in to play with Ozobots and see their beautiful selection of MOVA Globes.
Stephen A. Fender author, "Bricks with Wings"
Mr. Fender will be celebrating aviation and STEAM with LEGO-themed activities. Build LEGO aircraft alongside the real thing. Sponsored by Bricks and Minifigs
Structural Engineers Association of Washington (Integrus Architecture)
Will demonstrate the effects of earthquake ground motion on a model building and demonstrate their bridge building application and additional structural engineering activities.
Participants will build a buoyancy driver mini seaglider and test in a tabletop aquarium
Dr. Jacob Murray and Dr. Bolong Zeng, with a group of WSU students, will host a hands-on activity.