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Apr 17, 2021 | NH TechFest | 0 comments

X-STEM April 2021

“The USA Science & Engineering Festival is going virtual!”

NH TechFest won’t be hosting its’ annual event this year due to Covid-19. However, we would like to invite you to check out the USA Science & Engineering Festival’s virtual event X-STEM All Access. Starting next week, April 20-23, 202, this is a week long Virtual Science Festival for 6-12th graders and it’s FREE!

Learn more and register at https://usasciencefestival.org/scifest/

X-STEM April 2021

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