Innovation Day At JUMP Fuels Ideas

Dated: 01/11/2018

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Come get inspired during Innovation Day at Jack’s Urban Meeting Place (JUMP) in downtown Boise. 

On Saturday, January 27th, gather with other curious minds to explore the amazing inventions by students of Invent Idaho. 

Invent Idaho was created in 1989 to foster innovation by providing a forum for young inventors. Kids from first grade through eighth grade are able to create while learning about the inventive thinking process. 

This day is about more than just looking though, get your hands on the latest cutting-edge technology and learn what the future holds. Hang out with the Boise Public Library and Boise State Creative Technologies Association, a collection of university student ambassadors that focus on creating new forms of multimedia entertainment experiences. 

If you or your kiddos love space, then you’re in luck. Microgravity University, a program of NASA, and Boise State’s own Space Broncos will also be there! 

This free event is open for all ages from 2pm to 5pm. Meet new friends, stretch your imagination, and explore JUMP on Saturday, January 27th

Want to learn more? Visit We hope to see you there! 

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Janet Jameyson

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