• Presenters wanted!
    If you have a STEAM-related career, business or group and want to share your enthusiasm and knowledge with the next generation at the popular STEAM Expo 2022, please contact David Geanette, dgeanette@neshaminy.org.

    STEAM Expo 2023 poster


    Neshaminy STEAM Expo 2023


    Wednesday, March 29, 2023

    Neshaminy High School

    6:30 - 8:30 pm

    Free admission!

    Science - Technology - Engineering - Art - Math

    2018 STEAM EXPO (2019 preview video)


     Highlights from the 2017 STEAM Expo 


    STEM 3   
    STEM 2    STEM 6   STEM 4   STEM 5   


    Do your children enjoy building, engineering, tinkering, designing, discovering, and creating?

    This is exciting night of hands-on activities & demonstrations with the S.T.E.A.M. subject teachers in the Neshaminy School District and special guests!
     Robotics / Interactive Robots
    3D Printing
    Food/Textile Science
    Polymer Reactions
    Art Design
    Paper-making / Marbling
    Exploding Color Mixing
    Gyroscope Colors
    STARLAB / Astronomy
    Electrostatic Generator
    Computer Activities
    Augmented Reality 
    Encryption Puzzles
    Scratch Mazes 
    Earth and Environmental Science
    Activities and Demos, Screen Printing and more……

    Activities take place in NHS science labs, art, family consumer science and technology/engineering classrooms and in the hallways. 


    Special guests have included:

    Bucks County Community College Engineering and Art

    Audubon Society at Honey Hollow

    Mad Science

    Churchville Nature Center

    Silver Lake and Peace Valley Nature Centers

    James Michener Art Museum

    Pennsbury Manor

    Illustrator Kim Kurki

    University of Pennsylvania Janzen Lab

    Mathnasium of Langhorne

    Mercer Museum/Fonthill Castle

    Snipes Farm


    Artists of Yardley

    Penelope Fox Art Studio

    Makefield AAUW

    Cyber Crime Lab Van

    Bucks Artists in Residence

    Want to join us at the 2023 STEAM Expo? Contact David Geanette, dgeanette@neshaminy.org