Catch the spark!
!Agarra la chispa!
April 6 and 7, 2024
El Paso Convention Center
The El Paso Convention Center is set to transform into a hub of scientific wonder and exploration on April 6-7, 2024, as it hosts the El Paso Science Festival for the first time in our city. This two-day, free event, open to the public, promises to be a captivating experience for students and families throughout the El Paso region, encouraging (our) youth to pursue education, careers, and leadership roles in science and technology.
A FREE EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!
Our festival is all about showing young children the magic of science and technology, inspiring them to dream big and envision themselves as future scientists, ready to explore and shape the world.
The Festival is a collaboration that brings together academic, educational, and commercial scientific resources from across the region to create a unique experience for children and their families.
The Festival is made possible with the help of our volunteers and your generous gifts. Please consider being part of our community.
This event will showcase over 70 Interactive Exhibits designed to inspire students in grades PreK-8 to explore the worlds of science and engineering.
What sets this festival apart is the hands-on experiences it offers, with exhibits hosted by both student and professional scientists. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage directly with these role models, making learning an immersive and interactive experience.
The festival will feature a Main Stage with science demonstrations suitable for students from K to 12. The entire family and the professional will enjoy these presentations every two hours. They promise to be not only eye opening but also educational and inspiring.
The Lecture Series will feature presentations every hour by renowned scientists the will delve into recent discoveries, challenges, and innovative solutions, offering valuable insights into the world of science. These sessions will be informative, educational, and thought provoking for students of all ages.