New for LRSEF 2017, Churchill Downs Inc. will be sponsoring a lounge for parents, siblings and teachers!
Students- Make sure your projects are ready to pass the safety check on Saturday! Find the regulations here
There will be both free and paid parking options for parking at LRSEF 2017. Please note that there will be a 5k race on the day of the fair (route outlined on map). View the map here.
The 2017 Fair Day Schedule has been adjusted to show the new student drop-off location, which will be at 8th and Washington (by the Kentucky Science Center parking lot). You can view the new schedule here. Check back on our website all week as we roll out more information about LRSEF 2017!
Want to know where you’ll be all day? You can view the floor layout for LRSEF 2017 by clicking here. There are two pages in the document- one for each floor.
We need volunteers and judges for our fair on Saturday, March 4th. There are many tasks and shifts to choose from! See the Registration tab in the top right corner of our STEM Wizard page for more information. Judges can find additional information on our Judges page.
In 2015, Rob Player, a student at St. Francis of Assisi, entered the Louisville Regional Science & Engineering Fair with a project that seemed like it had failed at first…
The February newsletter includes information on the fair day schedule, volunteer and judge opportunities, and new sponsorships.
Students Vishaal Balamurugan and Lacie O’Leary both explored the effects of sugar and how to improve health through everyday routine or through medical treatment.
Students at LRSEF 2016 looked at the growth of bacteria in both positive and negative settings.