STEM Family Day, Saturday, April 27 to include fun, hands-on learning for the entire family

Green Bay, WI — The Brown County STEM Innovation Center on the UW-Green Bay campus will host the third annual STEM Family Day. This free event will be on Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us for high-energy, hands-on fun for the entire family, including robotics, rockets, arcade games, and so much more. Captain Quesadilla and Grounded food trucks will be available on site from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Some of the specific activities include: cardboard engineering, Lego building, macro invertebrate exploration, seed starting, aquatic robotics, 3D printing demonstrations, paper airplanes, bottle rocket building, and more!  

The Brown County STEM Innovation Center is located on the UW-Green Bay Campus at 2019 Technology Way, Green Bay, WI.

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This event is sponsored by JBS Foods, WPS Foundation, Foth, American Food Group and Sanimax and hosted by Brown County, the Einstein Project, and the Richard J. School of Engineering at UW-Green Bay. 

About Einstein Project 

The Einstein Project has been advancing STEM education in Wisconsin for more than 30 years. They support teachers and schools by providing curriculum, instructional materials and professional learning opportunities. Through these experiences more than 20,000 students have an opportunity for high-quality learning experiences. The Einstein Project also runs a makerspace at the STEM Innovation Center on the UW-Green Bay Campus where they lead workshops, field trips, and activities for all ages. During the summer months you can find Einstein’s Sandbox, a mobile makerspace providing hands-on learning in city parks, libraries, and schools. In 2022, this program served more than 2700 kids in 16 communities across Northeastern Wisconsin. Learn more at 

About Extension Brown County 

Extension Brown County creates outreach and key connection points for families, communities, businesses, non-profits organizations, government, and more.  We support local volunteers and leaders to make sure Wisconsinites have the latest research, best practices, and educational opportunities. Major programs focus on:  Promoting healthy relationships, empowering health and well-being, fostering civic and economic leadership, enhancing resilient natural resource systems, supporting positive youth development, and supporting the agriculture industry.  Notably, Extension Brown County is known for its 4-H Youth Development, FoodWise, Master Gardener/Horticulture, and Agriculture programming.  

About UW-Green Bay 

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a school of resilient problem solvers who dare to reach higher with the power of education that ignites growth and answers the biggest challenges. Serving 10,300 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students as well as 67,500 continuing education learners annually, UW-Green Bay offers 200 academic degrees, programs, and certificates. With four campus locations in Northeast Wisconsin, the University’s access mission welcomes all students who want to learn, from every corner of the world. Championing bold thinking since opening its doors in 1965, it is a university on the rise – Wisconsin’s fastest growing UW. For more information, visit

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