Exhibitor Details

The North Bay Science Discovery Day presents fun and excitement based on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to a huge crowd. The goal is to inspire students and their families to engage with STEM education and possible careers.  With over a hundred hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations, there is something for everyone. Activities are oriented towards students in 4th - 8th grades, and their families, but attendees from K to gray all have a good time. 

North Bay Science Discovery Day Exhibit Specifics:

  • When:  Saturday, March 13, 2021, open to guests from 10 am to 4 pm

  • Set up time:  Friday 3 pm to 7 pm and / or Saturday 7 am to 9:30 am

  • Standard booth size:  10' x 20' inside or outside

  • Premium booths:  custom sizes in locations with high visibility

  • Estimated attendance:  >15,000

Exhibit space pricing at the North Bay Science Discovery Day:

  • $150*        Non-Profit Organizations, standard booth

  • $250          For-Profit Organizations, standard booth

  • $350**        Premium

  • Included     Sponsors, Festival Partners, and Public School groups

* Non-profit groups may apply for underwriting if exhibit cost is prohibitive.  Contact us for details.  

** Custom sizes in high visibility locations


​Included with Exhibit Space

  • Name and logo listing on the North Bay Science Discovery Day website

  • Name, location and activity listing in the printed NBSDD program 

  • 10' x 20' space with 2 tables and 2 chairs (more available by request)  

  • Booth identification sign

  • Utilities, as available  

  • Exhibitor's building location and activity printed on wall directories

Exhibitor Application

Potential exhibitors will need to submit an online application with contact information and descriptions of the organization and activity. Each exhibit/activity will be reviewed for safety and STEM content by the festival organizers before an applicant can be accepted.

Here is the exhibitor list from 2019


Questions? Contact our exhibit coordinator