|3/14/2017 1:08:00 PM|
Science Fair set to electrify Sisters
The 2017 Sisters Science Fair is set to electrify and energize scientific minds this Saturday, March 18, at Sisters High School from 12 to 4 p.m.
A flight simulator from Energyneering will test airborne abilities. Flight science and rocketry exhibits, along with a high altitude balloon from ISTAR and moon rocks on loan from NASA will stimulate interest in the wild blue yonder. Or, perhaps your highflying talents are better suited for the paper airplane contest.
All of this and much more will be packed into Sisters High School with plenty to see, lots to learn, and even more to captivate the senses.
Are you more interested in terrestrial travel? COCC Automotive department will be there with a display. How about bicycle travel? There's a "reverse bicycle" waiting for you try the six-second experiment. Can you do it? Odds are, you can't.
Science and art are two disciplines that always go hand-in-hand. SciArt images have been submitted for judging.
The highlight of the Science Fair is always the Design, Construct and Compete (DCC) contest. The elementary school mousetrap car competition is expected to excite the audience. The Design, Construct, Compete (DCC) competition for middle and high school students will pit the best of catapults against each other in a rousing contest. All events are held in the high school main gym. Registration for DCC is at 11 a.m. and for mousetrap cars at 1 p.m. Competition starts for mousetrap cars at 2 p.m. and for DCC 2:30 p.m.
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