Join us for a Colossal STEM Event!
Jake the Wizard IV Show – Watch Jake the Wizard perform his amazing science feats that are so cool, it looks like magic!
Space Station BSA – Keiki can travel the galaxy at the Space Station camp. They will sing star songs, learn about space science and do an out-of-this-world craft!
STEM Workshops – The day will include 48-sessions of hands-on STEM Workshops like sheep brain dissection, gelatin lava flows and Bristle Bot Racers!
Pinewood Derby Championships – Vroom! Vroom! Get ready for the finales of the Pinewood Derby Championships where the top seeded cars race each other on an electronic track!
Scout STEM Booths – Scouting Packs and Troops will be hosting STEM activities like making homemade slime, marshmallow towers, robotics and Dutch Oven Cooking!
VEX-IQ Robotics Exhibition – The Pikake Room will host a VEX-IQ Robotics Challenge with teams from around the island!
Play Well Lego Build – Come to the largest Lego build ever with over 20,000 pieces to create your masterpiece!
High Adventure Bases with Outdoor and Indoor Climbing Walls, Big Red, rope bridges and more!
Food, Food, Food! Will be available outside with flavors from Jamba Juice, Honolulu Burger Company and Kiawe Pizza!
A Scout Service to the Community
The Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration: A service to the Community presented by the Queen’s Health Systems and the Aloha Council, Boy Scouts of America was created as a new signature event showcasing over 100 STEM-base activities, experiments and workshops that are FREE and open to the public.
This Colossal STEM Fest is geared for families to introduce children to the wonders of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math and inspire them to further explore these areas in programs like Scouting.
Scouting has a long historical connection to STEM-oriented fields. Of the over 100 plus merit badges over 35% of are STEM-focused. With over 12,000 youth throughout Hawaii and the Pacific Basin, the Scouts of the Aloha Council are perfectly positioned to host this event for all keiki of Hawaii in honor of Eagle Scout Onizuka, who was dedicated to the “love of space and science.”