Tauranga’s STEMFest is getting closer with the official launch of this year’s project being a “great success”.
Sponsors and friends gathered at the Basestation and Tinkd Makerspace for the official STEMFest 2021 launch on Thursday.
The Board of STEM Wana Trust and organising team are delighted to share their exciting highlights for the upcoming festival.
On October 3, Durham Street in Tauranga’s CBD will completely shut down and become a place of learning, fun and inspiration for young people all over the Bay of Plenty.
STEMFest founder Tia Lush says their goal for the festival is to become the Fieldays of STEM.
The first STEMFest went ahead in 2019, with 5000 people turning up for the day, however, last year the festival was cancelled due to Covid-19.
“For 2021, we’re doubling our numbers and are aiming to issue 10,000 tickets this…