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NEGM: Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Competition
Organized by the Burnaby/New Westminster Branch
For more information about this event, please contact
with subject line "Popsicle Bridge Contest". Thank you!
Saturday, April 6, 2019
10:30 AM–2:00 PM (approximately)
Bonsor Recreation Centre, 6550 Bonsor Avenue, Burnaby, BC
For more information, please contact the Burnaby/New Westminster Branch at
The Burnaby/New Westminster Branch of Engineers and Geoscientists BC is hosting a Popsicle Stick Bridge Building Competition in Burnaby as part of National Engineering and Geoscience Month 2019. Join us for an informative, fun-filled event aimed at promoting engineering and geoscience in our community and especially to the youth.
National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM) is an annual celebration of engineering and geoscience across Canada. The goal of this event is to promote the awareness of the engineering and geoscience professions, showcase career choices, and the many ways in which engineering and geoscience relate to our everyday life.
Download a copy of the rules and a registration form under the Downloads section. Please click on the "Read More" button below.
Note: This is a tentative schedule and depends on the number of participants that show up to the event.
10:30 AM–11:00 AM: Check-in
11:00 AM–2:00 PM: Announcements, testing of bridges, and prize distribution
Registration Form (Word file)
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