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Build a robot, draw a robot, code a robot with your friends. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your friends, family, or community. Share with us how you will be celebrating!
Visit the Hands on Children's Museum in Olympia for robotics themed activities! Silkscreen robot t-shirts and prints, paint with circuits & sound, build a robot city with Little Bits or tinker with scribble bots. See our website for more details!
Robotics Activities All Week! website
Hands On Children
414 Jefferson St. NE
This event is a FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) event happening at Eastern Washington University, in Cheney, Washington. Come see the robots developed by high school students in six weeks to play this year's game, Recycle Rush! Robots are autonomous and driver-controlled, built this year to stack storage boxes and recycling containers for maximum points! The top 64 teams from across Washington and Oregon will be there. Don't miss out on the fun!
FIRST Robotics Competition Pacific Northwest District Championship Event 2015 website
PNWFIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology
526 5th St
We are allowing each of our classrooms an opportunity to do robotics for a week during class to raise awareness, and to understand the many things associated with robotics.
Robotics at the Academy website
4315 Tumwater Valley Drive
Fourth annual conference on robotics law and policy.
We Robot 2015 website
4293 Memorial Way NE
Cascade Bruin Robotics will increase awareness, support and recruitment for FIRST Robotics and FTC and FRC competitions with outreach activities during homeroom and drive the robot demonstrations at lunchtime.
Robotics Awareness Week at Cascade High School website
Cascade Bruin Robotics
801 East Casino Road
The Adventist Robotics League (ARL) (www.adventistroboticsleague.net) also partners with FIRST, operating robotics challenges nationwide for Adventist schools and organizations. Walla Walla University hosts the North Pacific Regional Robotics Challenge every spring for ARL teams.
North Pacific Regional Robotics Challenge website
Walla Walla University
SW 4th Street and Davis Ave
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