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Upcoming events 

Dream It. Do It. Northern MN VEX Robotics Tournament

When: December 6, 2014, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Where: John Glas Fieldhouse, Bemidji State University, 220 19th Street NE, Bemidji, MN 56601
Contact: Lyle Meulebroeck, Tournament Coordinator, 218-755-2733 or lmeulebroeck@bemidjistate.edu or Jessica Gehrke, 360º Communications Specialist, 218-755-2209
Join us for the Dream It. Do It. Northern Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament hosted by Bemidji State University. Teams will be putting STEM skills into action while competing in the game SkyriseTeams also will have the opportunity to qualify for the Dream It. Do It. Minnesota State VEX Robotics Tournament held in St. Cloud, Minnesota. The public is invited to attend for free. 
Learn more about VEX Robotics in Minnesota
 

VEX ROBOTICS SCRIMMAGE 

When: November 11, 2014, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: St. Cloud Technical & Community College, 1540 Northway Drive, St. Cloud, MN 56303
Contact: Aaron Barker, 320-308-6518 or abarker@sctcc.edu
Teams are invited to participate in a scrimmage to prepare for upcoming tournaments, spar against other teams, work on building and programming your robot, become familiar with the Skyrise game and field objects, and get assistance in programming, troubleshooting, and design. 
 
DREAM IT. DO IT. MN Southern MN VEX ROBOTICS TOURNAMENT
When: December 13, 2014
Where: Albert Lea High School, 2000 Tiger Lane, Albert Lea, MN 56007
Contact: Bob Bender, Tournament Coordinator, 507-379-3343 or bob.bender@riverland.edu or Jessica Gehrke, 360º Communications Specialist, 218-755-2209
Join us for the Dream It. Do It. Southern Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament hosted by Riverland Community College. Teams will be putting STEM skills into action while competing in the game Skyrise. Teams also will have the opportunity to qualify for the Dream It. Do It. Minnesota State VEX Robotics Tournament held in St. Cloud, Minnesota. The public is invited to attend for free. 
Learn more about VEX Robotics in Minnesota
 

VEX ROBOTICS SCRIMMAGE 

When: December 19, 2014, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Where: Northland Community & Technical College, Thief River Falls Campus, 1101 Hwy 1 East, Thief River Falls, MN in the Commons area (near the bookstore)
Contact: Andrew Dahlen, 218-791-4010 or andrew.dahlen@northlandcollege.edu
Teams are invited to participate in a scrimmage to prepare for upcoming tournaments, spar against other teams, work on building and programming your robot, become familiar with the Skyrise game and field objects, and get assistance in programming, troubleshooting, and design. 
 
DREAM IT. DO IT. METRO MN VEX ROBOTICS TOURNAMENT
When: January 10, 2015
Where: Osseo High School, 317 2nd Avenue Northwest, Osseo, MN 55369
Contact: John Licciardi, Tournament Coordinator, 763-670-9151 or Jessica Gehrke, 360º Communications Specialist, 218-755-2209
Join us for the Dream It. Do It. Metro Minnesota VEX Robotics Tournament. Teams will be putting STEM skills into action while competing in the game SkyriseTeams also will have the opportunity to qualify for the Dream It. Do It. Minnesota State VEX Robotics Tournament held in St. Cloud, Minnesota. The public is invited to attend for free. 
 
DREAM IT. DO IT. MN STate VEX ROBOTICS TOURNAMENT
When: January 23-24, 2015
Where: River's Edge Convention Center, 10 4th Street Avenue South, St. Cloud, MN 56301
Contact: Aaron Barker, Tournament Coordinator, 320-308-6518 or abarker@sctcc.edu or Jessica Gehrke, 360º Communications Specialist, 218-755-2209
Join us for the Dream It. Do It. Minnesota State VEX Robotics Tournament hosted by St. Cloud Technical and Community College. Teams will be putting STEM skills into action while competing in the game Skyrise.Teams will also have the opportunity to qualify for the World Championshipo. The public is invited to attend for free.