A FREE Family Festival for Students!

Power Up Your Curiosity

OCTOBER 19th, 2024

Sam Houston Park | Downtown Houston

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Hey there, future scientist! 🌟

Have you ever thought about how cool it would be to spend a day with your friends and be a part of subjects like science, technology, engineering, and math (we call it STEM for short) – except not at school? Well, guess what? You can discover all these amazing subjects while having a blast outdoors at Energy Day! 🎉🌿

Things To Do at Energy Day!

Imagine a giant park full of exciting experiments, hands-on activities, and awesome exhibits where you can explore and learn about the energy that powers the world around us. That’s what Energy Day is all about! Let’s take a look at some of the fun things you can do.

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Rocket Launches

Ever wanted to see a rocket soar into the sky? At Energy Day, you can help build and launch mini rockets. It’s like being a real-life rocket scientist!

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Solar Power Magic

Discover how the sun can be used to power cool gadgets. You can experiment with solar panels and see how sunlight gets turned into energy. It’s like turning sunshine into superpowers!

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Stay Cool, It’s A Gas

Be part of the action as we discover how gases can transform into a liquid in one of the most captivating shows you’ll ever see. See roses, graham crackers, and marshmallows turn into ice right in front of your eyes.

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Slime Lab

Who doesn’t love slime? Learn the science behind making slime and create your own gooey, stretchy masterpiece. It’s a messy and fun way to learn about chemistry!

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Wind Power Wonders

Learn how wind can be used to make electricity. Build your own windmill and watch it spin as it catches the breeze. It’s a great way to learn about renewable energy!

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Drilling Down

Drill down into the world of oil and gas and learn about different types of rock formations that are right under our feet. Experience what it’s like to drill through various geologic conditions like a professional geologist.

a giant science fair mixed with a festival

Energy Day is like a giant science fair mixed with a festival, and it’s all designed to show you how fun and exciting STEM can be. You can explore, create, and discover new things while playing outside. Plus, you’ll meet lots of other kids who love science and technology just as much as you do!

So put on your adventure hat, grab a friend, and get ready to get outside. At Energy Day, the possibilities are endless, and the fun never stops! 🧑‍🔬🎈🔬

Houston’s largest free STEM festival

Energy Day is Houston’s largest FREE family festival showcasing exhibits focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Energy Day will feature exciting exhibits and interactive demonstrations that will teach students and their families about various forms of energy and how they can find an exciting career in the energy industry through STEM education. With the support of our local schools and energy experts, we hope that students and families who attend can learn something new and develop an interest in STEM education.

Would you like to be a sponsor or volunteer?

Be a Sponsor or Part of Our Energy Day Academic Program

Leading up to Energy Day is CEEF’s fun, all-year activities that help get kids excited about energy and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). By teaming up with awesome partners like Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), our valued friends, and sponsors, we host the Annual Energy Day Academic Program (EDAP).

The Energy Day Academic Program makes school competitions even cooler with citywide contests about STEM and energy. These competitions are designed to get students moving, challenge minds, and inspire kids like you to dream about exciting careers in science and technology. If you win, you’ll get an award and a special shout-out at Energy Day!

Learn more about EDAP and find more resources for fun in STEM all year. Whether you’re a student, parent, or teacher – we’ve got something for you.

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