Saturday, February 3, 2018
9 am to 4 pm
Boise State University
Student Union Building (SUB)
STEM Moon Shot is part of the BSU Engineering and Science Festival, a FREE event for all ages with a wide variety of engaging activities designed for K-12 students and their family.
STEM Moon Shot is part of the BSU Engineering and Science Festival, a FREE event for all ages with a wide variety of engaging activities designed for K-12 students and their family. Our main Saturn V build is scheduled in 30-minute time slots throughout the day, and requires your child to be registered before the event.
Please register for the Festival by filling out BSU’s online form. This ensures that BSU has your email and can send you additional information. Soon they will be sending a request to all registered people to sign up their kids to help with the main build.
The Saturn V build is the only part of the STEM Moon Shot event that requires a reservation. Everything else listed on our Activities page is a drop in activity, so stop by and build something with us!
Free one-day bus passes will be available for the Festival. Here are the details courtesy of BSU:
- Call 258-2702 or email email@example.com to request bus pass(es). These passes are good for ValleyRide bus services within the city of Boise on Saturday.
- Passes will be available starting Monday, January 15th and the last day to request bus passes is noon on Tuesday, January 30th. Passes will be mailed to requestors.
- Please indicate the number of passes needed – adult and student (ages 6-18). Children under age 6 ride for free.
Free parking is available at the Lincoln Parking Garage, on the corner of University and Lincoln.