Science Expo & Science Fair
Saturday, February 4, 2017
Shopko Hall, 1901 S. Oneida Street, Green Bay WI 54304
Each year, over 4,000 guests fill Shopko Hall for a day of interactive fun! The science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) behind everyday situations and careers comes alive at The Einstein Project Science Expo, presented by Wisconsin Public Service. Event guests are able to experience STEM in many different areas of occupation and hobbies as many local businesses and community organizations come to exhibit. The event visitors can practice making silly puddy, acting in front of the TV green screen, designing a robot, operating a laser show and much more. Also, throughout the day, Expo attendees can enjoy science shows on the Main Stage.
Tickets (Available at the door on Saturday):
$4 per person
Kids 2 & younger are free
If your student is a little Einstein, encourage them to get involved in the Ameriprise Science Fair, which takes place during the Science Expo each year. For more details about the Science Fair and the opportunity to register, please visit the Ameriprise Science Fair page.
The Einstein Project Science Expo, presented by WPS spreads our mission and love of STEM to all ages in our community as well as helps fund our organization in order to continue to update our curriculum to meet the changing educational environment. Thank you to all the guests and organizations involved in making this amazing event happen!
Thank You for our 2017 Sponsors!
STEM Area Sponsors
Community Support Sponsors