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Posted on: October 30, 2017

Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead! Celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 30, 2017

MEDIA CONTACT: KIRA CALM LEWIS 301-446-3327; Kira.CalmLewis@pgparks.com – or –

VERONICA MARSHALL 301-446-3313; Veronica.Marshall@pgparks.com

 

Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead!

Celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math with the Department of Parks and Recreation

 

Riverdale, MD – Is there someone in your family who would love creating their own lip-gloss or bath bombs? How about slime? Or do you know someone who is more interested in building with Legos or cooking like a chemist? You can do all of this and more by joining us for STEAMFest!


All month, the Department of Parks and Recreation is celebrating science, technology, engineering, arts, and math by hosting STEAM-related hands-on activities and experiments all across the county! For a complete list of our STEAMFest celebrations, click here.

To kick-off our month-long celebration, we’re hosting the third annual STEAMFest! At this one-day event, you can check out more than 80 STEAM-related activities and demonstrations. The event also features special guest speakers like ABC7 meteorologist Veronica Johnson and WHUR’s Renee Nash.

WHAT: STEAMFest 2017 kick-off event
WHEN:
Saturday, Nov. 4 from 11 AM – 2 PM
WHERE:
The Show Place Arena, 14900 Pennsylvania Avenue, Upper Marlboro, MD. 20772
COST:
FREE

Our community partners include NASA, the Maryland STEM Festival, Parks and Recreation Foundation of Prince George’s County, ABC7, WHUR, PEPCO, Coca-Cola, and Lemond Brown of the Swaliga Foundation.

https://meltwater-apps-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/images/565f6ef3537cafbbbbf82408/blobid0_1491847923146.pngThe Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is celebrating 90 years of excellence, since 1927. The Department of Parks and Recreation delivers an award-winning park system through progressive, innovative leadership and a commitment to the community and the environment in Prince George’s County.

For more on the Department of Parks and Recreation, visit www.pgparks.com and stay connected on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and Instagram. The M-NCPPC Department of Parks and Recreation encourages and supports the participation of individuals with disabilities in all programs and services.


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