Rockville Science Day on April 21st Showcases a Variety of Interactive Activities for All Ages

The 33rd Annual Rockville Science Day will be held on April 21 from noon to 5 p.m. at Montgomery College, located at 51 Mannakee Street in Rockville. Organized by the Rockville Science Center, this event promises to be a fun and engaging experience for all ages.

With over 100 exhibitors participating, attendees can expect a wide range of hands-on STEM activities to choose from. From rocket building and launching to telescope viewing, robotics, backyard wildlife, ship models, microscopes, and snakes, there is something for everyone’s interests. Additionally, the event will feature various science and technology-related games, demonstrations, and activities that are sure to inspire creativity and innovation.

Some of the organizations participating in the event include NASA, the National Institutes of Health, National Cryptologic Museum and many more. Food will also be available for purchase during the event. The best part? It’s all happening rain or shine! So come out and experience the excitement of rockets, robotics, astronomy and electric vehicles at this free event!

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