Free Family-Friendly “Tech Fest”, Bluffton

Free events Savannah Bluffton The Don Ryan Center for Innovation in Bluffton will host the first-ever “Tech Fest” on May 18 featuring demo coding, robotics and animation plus food trucks.

This event, which is free and open to the public, will provide the community with an unprecedented look at the innovative teaching techniques happening today at local schools. Featuring:

* Robotics demonstrations
* Student project presentations
* Hands-on activities & demonstrations for kids & adults
* Unique, fun learning environment and a great way to encourage innovation in students.
* Networking opportunities with student innovators, entrepreneurs and some of the area’s most successful innovators and graduates of the DRCI Business Incubator Program

Tech Fest will gather the region’s innovators for an evening celebrating technology in the classroom — and beyond.

Tech Fest
Thurs. May 18 2017 5-7PM
Outdoors at the Don Ryan Center for Innovation’s temporary headquarters, located in Buckwalter Place, adjacent to the Bluffton Police Department.

Tech Fest will gather educators, and student innovators from the area’s schools, with presentations and demonstrations from Bluffton Elementary, McCracken Middle School, Cross Schools, River Ridge Academy, Bluffton High School and May River High School.

The event will feature students and their teachers showcasing the state-of-the-art technology and innovative teaching techniques being utilized in today’s classrooms and will give students the opportunity to present their groundbreaking projects.

Food trucks include It’s Only Fair, Downtown Curbside Kitchen and Joe Loves Lobster Rolls.

For more information about The Don Ryan Center for Innovation and Tech Fest, visit

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