This free event is a high energy competition and technology expo. “It really is a full day of robot fun for the entire family,” Ann Boes, the robotics expo and 4-H Lab:Revolution founder / director said. “There are many different robot demonstrations and hands-on activities and two exciting robot competitions. This year we’ve even set up a special young children’s area with robots and coding activities for children as young as four.” This year as in the past five, will include many technology-based workshops and exhibits which are offered at no cost to the general public. “Little Bits” electronic workshop will be provided by Arch Reactor Hacker Space. Makey-Makey demonstrations, Arduino and Scratch programming workshops will be offered by various members of Lab:Revolution. Workshops on video production techniques with Adobe After Effects and game making with Bloxels will be presented by Experienced Youth and much more.