We are very excited to host our first outreach event at the Bailey Cove Library in South Huntsville! This class is on Wednesday, April 10th at 6pm to 7pm. At this workshop, we will run through the basics of 3D printing, such as where to find and make models, information about local makerspaces where you 3D print […]
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Join Nexus Energy Center, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center TVA and the community as we celebrate the opening of Huntsville’s ‘Energy Greenway’ walking trail to support & encourage people to choose more sustainable, ‘greener’ ways of living. Kick off earth month with us and walk or run the new trail as you learn about […]
Get all the details about the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s newest exhibit for kids, Spark!Lab!
Boogie your way over to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center with your whole family to check out this hands-on STEAMy exhibit while you still can! The Science of Rock N’ Roll is fun for all ages!
There’s a great place in Huntsville for kids in grades 5 – 12 that are interested in a career in aviation – FlyQuest even offers scholarships and hours toward your kid’s pilot’s license!
STEM-based learning activities are booming in the Huntsville & Madison area, and robotics is a classic way for kids to be introduced to technology and other STEM-related disciplines. But where do you go if your child’s school doesn’t offer robotics?
There are plenty of organizations that offer quality kid’s programs that are full of STEM and STEAM, and we wanted to list them all right here in case you need a fix.
We all know Huntsville is a cool place to live, but projects like this really drive that home. This is the story of the Coffee Bag Sunshield Project, and how your family can get involved in a STEAM-based community effort like no other.