Annual STEAM Expo planned for Feb. 7

The event is free for attendees of all ages.

From fun and games to driving robots and interactive science experiments, the annual STEAM Expo has it all. File photo by Kevin Hanson

From fun and games to driving robots and interactive science experiments, the annual STEAM Expo has it all. File photo by Kevin Hanson

The public is invited to attend the Interactive STEAM Expo, slated for Feb. 7 at the Enumclaw Expo Center.

The event, presented by the Enumclaw School District and Enumclaw Schools Foundation – along with a host of corporate sponsors – will run from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Admission is free for this year’s event, which carries the theme “Constructing Your Future.”

This is the seventh year for the Expo. New this time around is the letter “A,” which has expanded the traditional emphasis on science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Organizers have added “art” to the mix.

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