EDUCATION

Surprise SciTech Festival set for Nov. 6

Fun day mixes science, technology at City Hall

Posted 10/19/21

The city of Surprise is bringing back a fun day with science and technology at the Surprise SciTech Festival.

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EDUCATION

Surprise SciTech Festival set for Nov. 6

Fun day mixes science, technology at City Hall

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The city of Surprise is bringing back a fun day with science and technology at the Surprise SciTech Festival.

It’s all happening from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6 in the Surprise City Hall Outside Courtyard, 16000 N. Civic Center Plaza.

The free educational event features interactive science, technology, engineering, art and math exhibits and demonstrations. Plus, food will be available to buy from a variety of food trucks. The event also includes music and a gaming trailer.

Demonstrations and displays include:

  • Dysart Unified Electric Karts and Robotics Team
  • Surprise Police, Fire-Medical, Water Conservation and other City Departments
  • Business and Higher Ed Institutions

The day also features Dino Crew, 30-minute Mad Science Shows (10 a.m. and noon), a virtual gaming truck and more.

It is presented in partnership with Arizona SciTech, the Surprise Arts and Cultural Advisory Commission, EPCOR, First Things First, Ottawa University-Arizona, Salvation Army, Waste Management of Arizona, and Zona Wyyerd.

For information, visit surpriseaz.gov/scitech.

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