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LEGO Showcase


The LEGO Showcase event, held twice a year on a Saturday in November and April, draws in more than 800 people each date. The entire Stout School of Education is transformed into a giant LEGO Learning Lab! Parents go online to register their children for this free event that takes place from 1:00-5:00. Engineering competitions, machine building, robotics, free build and storytelling with LEGO are just a few of the many activities that occur during this wonderful event. Online registration begins in September for the November event and in February for the April event. These events fill up within a couple of days so be sure to register quickly!

On November 2, 2019, we will once again be hosting our LEGO Showcase in its new location at the former Oak Hollow Mall on Eastchester Drive in High Point.  Participants will park and enter at the lower level of the old Sears location which is now the HPU Community Center (across from the Courtyard Marriott).  In this new location, we look forward to being able to offer you a bigger and better LEGO experience than ever before!

We will have food available for purchase at each event. 

(cash only for outside guests – HPU Passport honored)

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Community Event
 

High Point University Presents

Come Build with Us:

Experience STEM Engineering!

Elementary Students, Teachers, and Parents are invited to
Experience STEM through Engineering

NEXT SHOWCASE EVENT:
November 2, 2019
1:00 – 5:00 pm

REGISTRATION IS OPEN

We will not have a Spring 2020 Showcase so be sure to attend this one!

 


PARENTS MUST REMAIN ON THE PREMISES DURING THE EVENT

** EACH CHILD PARTICIPATING MUST BE REGISTERED SEPARATELY **

At the High Point University Community Center
(old Oak Hollow Mall location)

For more information contact Dr. Shirley Disseler at sdissele@highpoint.edu

  • This is a FREE event for children in grades K-8. Please register each child separately.
  • Please enter a number from 5 to 15.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

 

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