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Bring a robot to the library, host a demo at a university, or organize a robot convention. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your community. If you hosted an event in 2020, tell us about your event.
Come to a Robotics Open House hosted by Swerve Robotics Club and help us celebrate National Robotics Week! Meet robot makers, enthusiasts and professionals at the Redmond Library on Sunday, April 6 from 1-4 pm. See robots on display and in action. Learn about the various robotics programs available to youth K-12 – FIRST (www.usfirst.org), VEX, MATE and more. Also learn about upcoming robotics competitions – the MATE Underwater ROV Competition, the ISEC Space Elevator Robotics Competition and others. See a custom-built quadrocopter, a working 3D printer and more.
Swerve Robotics Club
15990 NE 85th St
The STEAM Fair is a celebration of all things STEAM at LWGMS: traditional science fair projects, claymation films, engineering projects, and lego robotics. Lake Washington Girls Middle School students will display their FuerzaBots robots and show attendees what the robots can do!
LWGMS STEAM Fair website
Lake Washington Girls Middle School
810 18th Ave
Interactive robotics experience providing access to students of all ages to robotics technology in a fun and lightly competitive environment. Events include Build and Go SUMO Lego challenge, FIRST Lego League Coding Jam, FIRST Tech Challenge Driving Experience. Pizza and pop for lunch (provided for RSVP attendees).
Tacoma Robotics Alliance - Jamboree website
Tacoma Public Schools - Career and Technology Education
5010 Pacific Ave.
Walla Walla University will host the 2014 FIRST LEGO League Regional Robotics Challenge. Sixteen different schools from across the Northwest will come to compete, bringing students aged 6-14. Table competition will begin at 11:30 a.m. This year’s theme is “Nature’s Fury,” focusing on all manner of natural disasters, from storms, to quakes, to waves and more. As FIRST LEGO League states on the event website, “teams will discover what can be done when intense natural events meet the places people live, work, and play. The activity areas will open at 9 a.m., and FIRST LEGO League teams begin table competition at 11:30 a.m.
For those who like hands-on exploration, interactive displays will be available for both participants and spectators, including a thermal imaging camera, a table with communications equipment used by the local Amateur Radio Emergency Service group, a small seismograph, and a concrete tester. In addition, there will be several bins of LEGOs for anyone and everyone to build and play with.
2014 FIRST LEGO League Regional Robotics Challenge website
Adventist Robotics League and Edward F. Cross School of Engineering
Davis and Fourth Streets
Monthly meetings held every 3rd Saturday from 10AM to noon. Bring robots & projects to share & demo, event information, ask & answer questions, etc. Invited presenters speak to the group each month.
Seattle Robotics Society Monthly Meeting website
Seattle Robotics Society
3000 NE 4th Street
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