M, more Info: When: Saturday, March 14th, 10:30.m.
The contest is open to school students in the greater Philadelphia region.
Students from dozens of middle and high schools have worked for month to make mountains out of molehills and create some of the most creatively convoluted machinery known to man. .It was founded by Victor Fiorillo and is program of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia, a play sweepstakes at home 501c3 independent charitable trust supporting arts and heritage programs of diverse disciplines and cultural traditions.The Philly Contraption Contest was formerly known as the Philadelphia Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.He wants to erase a chalkboard.The Philly Contraption Contest is a volunteer-driven, non-profit initiative.Register on the official website, and follow their, facebook page and, facebook event for updates.Special thanks to our 2018 sponsors The Kopelman Foundation and The Abstract Company for making The Philly Contraption Contest possible.Its free to participate in the Philly Contraption Contest.
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For those of you unfamiliar with the name of these large, complex machines built to complete simple tasks, youre certainly aware of the concept from pop culture: The childrens game Mousetrap is a Rube Goldberg machine for a mousetrap.
Where: Friends Central, 1101 City Avenue, Wynnewood,.Come check out the machines from.m.Its also free to attend the Philly Contraption Contest.Basically, I am launching a scholastic competition in the spirit of science fairs and spelling bees but way cooler.Make your way to Friends Central over in Wynnewood, PA because the first annual.The first-place team in each division will receive a 1,000 cash prize, and the winning team in the high school division qualifies for the National Rube Goldberg Machine Contest, held in Wisconsin on April.Victor Fiorillo wants to accomplish a simple task.Limited slots are available and space is filling up quickly, so be sure to register soon if you havent already.(See a detailed rule book available on the official website.After a successful inaugural event (where Geekadelphias own EIC, Mikey Ilagan, was a judge were excited to announce that registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Philadelphia Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.