Head Over To Scentsy Con For Free Family Fun This Weekend

Head Over To Scentsy Con For Free Family Fun This Weekend

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Boise Based Business Scentsy Celebrates STEM May 3rd

Scentsy Con 2019Scentsy Con is a tech fair and kid’s carnival brought to you by Scentsy–a company formed in Idaho–and the Idaho STEM Action Center. This is a fun-filled event where kids and families can engage with exciting STEM activities.

Scentsy sponsors a different charity every year for this STEM event. This year, Scentsy will be sponsoring The American Heart Association, America’s largest volunteer organization fighting stroke and heart disease.

Scentsy Con 2019Entrance is FREE, so load up the kids in the car and join the fun at Scentsy Con May 3rd. It lasts from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm at Scentsy Commons 2901 E. Pine Ave. Meridian, ID 83642.

Scentsy Con 2019GO! OUT AND DON’T MISS OUT ON . . . .

  • The 501st Legion
  • A Family-friendly Fantasy costume contest with prizes
  • LEGO activities and displays
  • VR Games
  • 3D Printing booth
  • Food in the Scentsy Commons Kitchen 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
  • And much more!

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